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No matter your system of leadership or your theological prowess, if you’re missing the ingredient Sam covers in this post, you will likely fail as a church leader.
We can talk about what we think our ministry convictions are, but when you put them through this quick test, the truth comes out.
Just as long books aren’t always good books, the length of a sermon rarely correlates to the excellence of a sermon. The key is not the length or the preaching, but the effectiveness of the preaching.
7 Ways to Respond to an Overly-Negative, Complaining Bully — Ron Edmondson
I recently wrote about church bullies here at the blog. It is a pervasive problem in many churches. So how does a pastor respond to a bully in the church? Ron shares seven helpful suggestions.
Pastoral care is not plug-and-play. It is not one-size-fits-all. It is a complex practice pastors must learn from experience. Nick offers five tips for improving your pastoral care.
While Christians can lift up thousands of different prayers for their leadership, Kevin shares five helpful topics on which we can focus our daily prayers.