The relationships the Lord gives us are given to us, in part, for our own sanctification. God puts people around us to sharpen us, challenge us and show us areas in our lives that need change.
“The risk in hiring can be minimized, but it can’t be eliminated.”
There is nothing quite as powerful—and potentially terrifying—as public speaking in ministry.
“Loyalty to your leader coupled with a desire for another direction can be a tough tension to navigate.”
“To keep innovation in its proper place, as a tool and not an idol, we can learn from these four guys.”
There are a plethora of tone-deaf leaders who are out of sync and rhythm with people and their context.
“Here are three ways to raise the likelihood of burnout.”
When a pastor falls from grace, we have an opportunity to learn from his mistakes.
“What questions should I ask myself? How do I wrestle with changing jobs?”
“A local church exists to make disciples.”