People are led best by people who believe in them.
Here’s your chance to help protect your church’s rights to educate the flock by holding non-partisan debates! Tell the IRS that you do NOT want proposed new 501(c)(4) regulations to be applied to 501(c)(3) churches! In a recent interview with Phoenix-based Certified Public Accountant Monica J. Stern, I learned that the IRS has released proposed […]
A group of 12 teenagers from your church just convinced the senior pastor they can raise the money for an evangelistic outreach.
What comes to mind when you hear the word “retreat”?
I have a friend who has started a new church.
When I hear the word “drought,” the majority of the time I think of Third World countries.
If you look at the definition of “divide and conquer,” you will likely find: “the intentional strategy of maintaining control over others by encouraging dissent and division between them.”
Followers can bring distractions to leaders. A few years ago, I received a phone call I’ll never forget. It was someone telling me a prominent and faithful church member had died suddenly. He was a doctor and well-respected in the community. The town was already talking about his passing. We huddled together as a staff. […]
If you’ve read my blogs or Why Church Buildings Matter, you know I’m a fan and proponent of “story.” I believe that story is a critical part to our lives — and particularly the physical manifestation of our church’s vision, mission and culture via our facilities. But, what happens if the story is never completed […]