If Twitter were to be believed, the weight of the world hangs on those with the microphones.
Not everyone is right for your church. Here’s how to spot the bad apples.
Some pastors have even crashed and burned waiting for someone else to do for them what only they could do.
There’s a large and growing number of people who say they’re done with church, including many clergy.
While there are no secret formulas, here are three simple practices to positively impact your church’s growth.
I believe there’s a five-step process to go through in order to fail “well.”
Often lots of small stresses converge at once, and unless we see the warning signs, we can end up casualties of ministry.
Today, I want to pull back the veil and share the Bible verses that should make leaders nervous. Are you ready for this?
Look around at your congregation this Sunday. Have the keys been handed over to the next generation?
Unfocused meetings can drift to places where they actually slow down the mission.