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Some daily exercises are obvious, and they are often repeated in books and conferences: Read more, stick to a devotional time, get better sleep, organize your day, and keep a structured calendar. These tips work, but they are not specifically focused on leadership. What are some daily leadership activities that will strengthen your abilities?
Once home to “the baddest man on the planet,” an Ohio mansion will now fulfill a high calling. Living Word Sanctuary Evangelical Church is remodeling a 25,000 square foot house and 60-acre estate that used to belong to boxing legend Mike Tyson.
Let’s be honest, too many worship services are predictably boring. Every church’s lead pastor and worship pastor are in a prime position to change this reality. This post is basically a passionate appeal for you to do whatever it takes to get on the same page before you get on the same stage. Here are a four ways I have done this with my worship pastors and leaders.
This Week at ThomRainer.com:
Why the Giving in Your Church Is Decreasing
You are trying to comprehend why the giving levels in your church are down. You may know several possibilities, but you aren’t certain. As I have worked with several congregations, we have isolated the issue to one or a few causes. See if any of these causative factors may be at work in your church…READ MORE
Why You Need a Mentor
- Church leaders get caught up in the weeds
- Experience and wisdom from an outside perspective is invaluable
- It helps leaders practice humility
- Your context is unique; that’s an advantage and a disadvantage