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.
As millennials take the reigns in leadership positions, it’s crucial to understand how to encourage, challenge and motivate them.
It’s time to stop treating these unhealthy habits as marks of maturity.
Being a pastor is more than a job—it’s a vocational calling. So what do you do when the church asks you to leave?
“Growing churches are actually doing something differently than the other 80 percent of churches in America that are stuck or declining.”
Pastors go through a lot of ups and downs. Here are the 7 biggest frustrations pastors face.
Have you ever found yourself imitating other leaders? Here’s how and why to stop.