“To keep innovation in its proper place, as a tool and not an idol, we can learn from these four guys.”
The myth about creativity is that creativity hates routines—that creativity is stifled by a schedule or plan. In reality, leaders and creators thrive in routines.
Wise leaders find ways not to get stuck in their offices.
“Wise leaders routinely evaluate their lives and leadership.”
“How can ministry leaders encourage women as they serve and lead in different ways in both their churches and in the world?”
Lots has been written about saving time, so why isn’t it helping?
When a pastor falls from grace, we have an opportunity to learn from his mistakes.
A strong church culture doesn’t happen overnight. It takes effort, intentionality and strategy.
“The squeaky wheel gets the grease” is an expression used to describe the reality that the most noticeable problem often gets the most focus.
An isolated leader is a dangerous leader.