In ministry, it’s way too tempting to tell a these “little white lies.”
Every meeting—even if it’s mandatory—has to count the costs…
No two pastors are the same, but they should all share these top priorities.
Sometimes, we don’t know a good thing when we see it.
This is the most overlooked (and powerful) force in ministry.
An isolated leader is a dangerous leader.
Some leaders are wired for the long haul. Others are best suited to short-term positions. Both are needed in ministry.
“While we all wrestle with pride, greed, lust, envy and the other “deadly” sins, one great fault has emerged in today’s digital age…..choosing the immediate over the important.”
Harmony for harmony’s sake is worthless. Sometimes, facing conflict head on is the healthiest option.
We all need a chance to start fresh, even when we’re staying put.