A good vision statement reflects the uniqueness of your congregational setting. Here are some ways to land vision in your neck of the woods!
Bill Hybels describes the work of leadership as moving people from “here” to “there.” The first investment in this leadership move, according to Hybels, is convincing people that we cannot stay “here.” Leaders know this is incredibly challenging. Nearly everyone prefers “here” to “there.”...
This book (Ritual Water, Ritual Spirit: An Analysis of the Timing, Mechanism and Manifestation of Spirit-Reception in Luke-Acts) analyzes Spirit-reception in Luke-Acts with respect to timing, mechanism, and manifestation.
Godly leaders and Christ-centered congregations always want to move towards a God’s-preferred future. Here are two questions to get your congregation started on the journey.
The most important thing any congregation can do to be Christ’s vibrant spiritual oasis is to vigilantly keep their relational waters sweet. Here are 6 ways leaders can keep the waters sweet.
It takes courage to break free from the vortex. It takes courage for leaders to stop spinning ministry plates. Here are 5 simple suggestions that may help Christian leaders get started.
Small congregations are questioning their viability given program rich congregations that are just around the corner. But I'd like to share 6 things small churches can learn from a mom and pop grocer by my house.