“To keep innovation in its proper place, as a tool and not an idol, we can learn from these four guys.”
“If you want to be in ministry you need prayer.”
“It’s possible to lead with authority without abusing authority.”
Learning your limits might just be the best thing for you.
There is nothing more exciting (and terrifying) than taking a position at a new church. Here’s how to discern if God is calling you to minister someplace new.
There are a plethora of tone-deaf leaders who are out of sync and rhythm with people and their context.
Here are recommendations for the pastor whose congregation is being torn by issues in the culture and community and who is thinking about taking a public stand.
Churches are notorious for making well-intentioned bad hires. At most churches the hiring process usually goes wrong for one of the following five reasons.
“Learn the people first—go slow to change—think intentional in all you do—pace yourself.”
If any of these five signs are true of you, the sunk cost bias may be distorting your judgment.