This key principle includes both paid staff and volunteers.
“If I were a young man just beginning to minister for the Lord, I would want to make sure I did these things…”
“Are you ensuring church decisions are getting pushed through your pastoral filter?”
“Great leaders make other people the hero.”
“Everyday I have a choice—a choice to serve myself or to give myself to serve others. To seek first the Kingdom of God or to seek first what makes me look good.”
There are 3 unique leadership challenges facing men’s ministry:
In ministry, it’s way too tempting to tell a these “little white lies.”
Small groups can be the heartbeat of the church. Here’s where to start when launching a small groups ministry.
Moral failures don’t just happen out of nowhere. They begin here.
Harmony for harmony’s sake is worthless. Sometimes, facing conflict head on is the healthiest option.