Daily, if not hourly, we’re intentionally and sometimes unintentionally making priority decisions related to work projects.
Burnout feels final, but there’s hope for healing.
Great staff chemistry is vital for growth, and it doesn’t just happen on its own.
In ministry, it’s way too tempting to tell a these “little white lies.”
“If this sounds a little like you, I suggest that you at least raise a yellow caution flag.”
Every meeting—even if it’s mandatory—has to count the costs…
“The more we know the people we lead the better they are able to follow.”
It’s time to take the pulse of the church.
This is the most overlooked (and powerful) force in ministry.
An isolated leader is a dangerous leader.