When a pastor falls from grace, we have an opportunity to learn from his mistakes.
Hiring, leading and terminating are huge pastoral responsibilities.
They say the pen is mightier than the sword. But email is just as dangerous.
Burnout feels final, but there’s hope for healing.
“Church leadership is exhausting, and it’s normal to experience seasons of doubt, fear or insecurity.”
No two pastors are the same, but they should all share these top priorities.
It’s time to take the pulse of the church.
Sometimes, we don’t know a good thing when we see it.
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.