When crisis hits, most churches are caught unprepared. Here are the first five steps for navigating choppy waters.
It’s easy to lead people who like you. But leading people who don’t like you is a whole different ball game.
Great staff chemistry is vital for growth, and it doesn’t just happen on its own.
“If this sounds a little like you, I suggest that you at least raise a yellow caution flag.”
“I didn’t see that coming. Everything seemed fine at first, well, for awhile, then seemingly out of nowhere we were in conflict and in a few months he was off staff. It didn’t go well at all, it was like a death on staff!”
Children’s ministry is the heart of the church. Here’s to the ones who make it work.
“We were never designed to lead alone.”
“An immature leader is like a grenade with the pin pulled. You don’t know when it will go off, but you know it will, and when it does it’s going to be messy.”
It’s a hiring process. So why do we treat it like a beauty pageant?
There are plenty of good leaders out there, but a truly great leader is rare. The difference boils down to this…