In Designed to Lead, authors Eric Geiger and Kevin Peck unpack their conviction that the church should be the greatest platform for developing leaders.
I'm beginning a two week study leave. Basically, continuing ed for a pastor. Along the way, I'll post what I learn and develop.
While the saber rattling makes for great news headlines, we need to be reminded of the very real human impact this regime continues to have on its subjects.
God did not give the church leaders to do the work of the ministry. God gave the church leaders to equip others to do the work of the ministry.
Balance in life and ministry is so important. It's not a myth, it's just seasonal. It looks different at different times of life and times of the year.
How I study the Bible with a tablet and a digital pen.
Two years ago today, Jenny and I posted about the greatest tragedy of our lives.
We engage in ministry frequently, preferring regular activity and connection with people to large, occasional events.
We welcome changes in ministry practices and plans because we will never reach perfection on this earth.
Our highest priority is to glorify God by loving Him, interacting with Him, and serving Him.
12 powerful ministry principles adapted from software developers.
Notes from the Leadership Pipeline Conference in 2016.
We live in a world of polarizing opposites and pendulum-style decision making. But is there another option?
Constructive criticism is important! If there were no negative feedback in our lives we would never know our weaknesses and learn where we need to grow.
We can’t control what other people say to us but we can control our response.
Some opinions are worth listening to and seriously considering. Some are worth about what they cost to share.
Behind every decision we make is a rationale that could help our kids can learn and grow.
We all have it. I’ve had it recently. Those days, weeks, or months when we just feel blah. Yet Jesus came to give life - abundant life; should that make a difference in how I think and act?
One of the problems bloggers face when changing domain names is that this removes all recorded social shares.