Since the beginning of the United States, marriage has always been subject to detailed rules.
I hear it all the time. However, my follow-up questions are always the same: When will it slow down long enough? and What will it cost you if you don’t have a coach? The bottom line is this: I just believe every leader needs a coach! And there are 10 reasons behind this belief.
The purpose of bylaws is to reflect how your church operates, as well as to provide protection and structure. The bylaws contain a detailed framework of operations, and what seems important to the church in this season might not be in the next. So, you need to have a framework that can change.
Rarely does a day go by without a headline about data breaches. That’s nothing a church would need to worry about, right? I wish that were true.
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The simple implementation of the Monday rule can change the climate of your church for the better significantly.
Through my interactions with other pastors, I have found there are many of us missing three disciplines in preaching. What are they?
How Villanova’s Center for Church Management & Business Ethics is making it easy for busy pastors and church leaders to continue their education.
I decided to do some research about what was happening at ministries around the country. The result of that search led to additional discussions and the following 4-step checklist when interviewing and potentially hiring family members of staff or of board members.
In my more than 35 years spent leading congregations and staff teams, 9 principles have consistently served to improve morale, avoid problems, and help everyone achieve success in ministry.