Many assume that supervising the minister is elders' work. Not so fast! What about the other people on the team—the deacons?
Dave Den Haan
When a decision about the future must be made, but information about the future is scarce, what's a church council to do? Here is some advice for getting through this leadership challenge.
Some thoughts on keeping your leadership sanity in a coronavirus environment.
Here is a compilation of resources for elders as they try to navigate the Covid-19 environment.
How do you provide spiritual leadership in an environment in which you can't meet with people face to face? Here are some suggestions.
COVID-19 brings special challenges to pastors. Here's how pastors can take care of themselves while trying to face them.
Here are some ways for you to find equipping and encouragement as you lead your church through a difficult environment.
I recently received an email from an office bearer who was heading into a council meeting; the third meeting devoted to a particularly thorny issue. What would you say to her?
Does your church council talk regularly about the spiritual health of your congregation? Here is a set of twelve devotionals that will lead your elders and deacons to focus on your church's flourishing.
I've been wanting elders and deacons to weigh in on this question: What do you wish you had known when you were first installed in office?
Thanks for posting the invitation to the group, Bill.
Hello everyone! And many thanks for your thoughts re: conflict. Eric, special thanks to you for starting off the responses by engaging each of the questions, doing so with wisdom and clarity. So...posted on: Elders and Conflict