Earlier this week on the blog, I mentioned an opportunity for you to ask questions of me regarding church staffing. While I’m still taking your questions for use in a future blog post, Eric has written an excellent post about hiring proactively versus hiring reactively.
In last week’s edition of Notable Voices, I mentioned Ed’s daughter was in the hospital. She has now been released and is on the mend.
Authors, both new and seasoned, sometimes have unrealistic expectations when it comes to being published. Unfortunately for many first-time authors, reality comes crashing down like a ton of bricks, and they leave the experience downtrodden and discouraged. Dan provides wise counsel for potential authors that will help recalibrate expectations and provide a more enjoyable writing experience.
Church leadership is a topic very dear to me. Mike really gets at the heart of the matter when he says "Christian leadership is about listening for vision from God within community and then being given the authority and power to execute that vision."
While classical education is rapidly growing in popularity across the country, any child, regardless of education style, can benefit from this list. With summer upon us, now is a great time to get started on a summer reading list.
Church discipline has been making its way into online conversations quite a bit lately. I even featured it in a Teaching Tools post a few weeks back. Jared provides five pre-emptive tools for church discipline which will help make it more natural and more accepted when needed.