Here are four thoughts I share when people ask me about working for a boss they don’t like.
“If you want to be in ministry you need prayer.”
“Church leadership is exhausting, and it’s normal to experience seasons of doubt, fear or insecurity.”
“Here are three ways to raise the likelihood of burnout.”
“I have simply not found any systematized method of dividing up the limited resource of time that helps achieve ‘balance.'”
Rejection stings. Here’s how to move on after experiencing rejection in the workplace.
These powerful phrases can change the way you lead (and the hearts of those you lead).
When a pastor falls from grace, we have an opportunity to learn from his mistakes.
“Jesus didn’t do arithmetic. He did the higher level math.”
If your staff culture already has a meeting avoidance attitude, you’ll have to earn your right with good meetings.