Ever Thought About Pastoring?
So you think you want to be a pastor? Here’s why you should do it!
Not a Quitter
Even though I live more by the flesh than by faith, God has never quit on me.
5 Ps of the Peace Index
Leading people is hard, but evaluating yourself helps you help others…
His Call Doesn’t Come With a Script
In a culture where “control” is a negative term, give it to God to find peace and joy.
What it Means to Pastor Your Flock
Leading your church is a blessing and a privilege, but it is also a daunting task.
The Ice Age in Which We Live
Church leader, what are doing to stay in a good place spiritually and emotionally?
3 Must-Dos to Live on Mission
To affect culture in a positive way you must see yourself as a missionary.
Let Your Life Tell the Story
Do your actions, words, and choices tell the greatest story ever told of grace and mercy?
3 Ways to Be an Effective Witness
When there’s an opportunity, don’t blow the chance to share your life-changing story.
Jesus Said Go and Disciple
Believers are called to be faithful to give to others what has been invested in us.
Heaven is NOT an Achievement
You can’t earn it because you don’t deserve it, so just accept it and be changed forever.
3 Ways to Know God’s Will Then Do It
Instruction for knowing God’s will has been there the whole time.
Who? What? When? Where? Why? How?
Paul made sure his message was clear to believers: Spreading the gospel is up to you.
Spreading Jesus vs. Spreading Opinions
Non-believers will only want what we have if they see fruits of the Spirit in us.
Is it Time to Hit the Recharge Button?
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Seekers Part Four: Discipleship and the Church
Christ is the ultimate seeker. He seeks and saves the lost.
Seekers Part Three: God Seeks and Saves
God is seeking worshipers, making disciples, and shepherding His people.
Seekers Part Two: The Mission of God
The mission of God is to seek and save those who are lost, multiplying disciples around the world for His own glory
Seekers Part One: Your Church’s Recruiting Strategy
Evangelism is not optional for the church.
What it Really Means to Preach
Preaching is a weighty task because by definition the preacher communicates on behalf of God.
How to Have a Loving Confrontation
Biblical confrontation is important and necessary, but it must be motivated by love.
7 Steps to Determine Your Church’s Vision-Part One
God has a specific plan for a specific church in a specific place at a specific time.
5 Ways to Evaluate Your Church’s Operating Systems
Systems need to be values driven, mission directed, vision focused then strategy accomplished.
Passing the Baton: A Smooth Pastor Transition
A successful transition depends on much prayer, preparation, planning, a process, and it is the work of God.
Vision: God’s Preferred Future
It takes all kinds of churches to reach all kinds of people.
Here’s What We Can Learn From Mr. Miyagi
Jesus took advantage of daily opportunities to lay foundations for learning.
Is Pursuing the Lost Your Church’s Vision?
A vision statement doesn’t guarantee that your church will be a visionary congregation.
Here Are 4 Foundational Truths on Which to Build Our Churches
Biblical success is doing everything for God’s glory.
Church Planting is a Lot Like Surfing
I’m not sure there’s a difference between surfing and being a part of a church plant.
3 Timeless Functions of a Ministry Leader
How do you lead your sheep to where God wants them to be as they follow Him?
Testimony of a Frontline Worker
During this unprecedented time how can your church serve the servants?
When God Attends Summer Camp
Summer camp is more than just water games and bunk beds; It can be a life changer.
Yes, You Need to Know Your Spiritual Gift
There’s a void in the local church when you aren’t using your spiritual gift.
Inclusivity and Woke-ness in America
Instead of going overboard with inclusion in our culture, why don’t we love inclusively?
Comfort in a Season of Grief and Tragedy
What should we do when others are experiencing unimaginable grief?
7 Ways to Lead People Who Desperately Need the Lord
In these difficult times, learn to lead people with plenty of opinions but few real answers.
3 Steps to Make the Greatest Impact
There’s a better way to teach the next generation to bring about change.
Unspeakable Grief, Life-Giving Words, and a Promise to God
I have a testimony I didn’t want and a lingering ache, but God had a purpose for my story.
Telling the Story of Jesus in the Way We Use Our Time- Part Seven
We’re meant to spend our time urgently telling people about Jesus’ love for all mankind.
Is Watching Your Mouth a Resolution for You in 2021?
Words can build up or destroy, so next time you lash out, lash your tongue instead.
How You Can Actually Achieve New Year’s Resolutions
Goal setting requires intentionality and commitment to really make it stick.
Love in a Lost and Broken World: Final Week of the Advent
It’s not too late to love people who only know difficulty and strife, and who need Jesus.
Jesus’ Birth Eliminated a Front-Line Worker’s Job
Jesus offered a personal, agonizing sacrifice for God’s people that changed the world.
When the Holidays Mean Sadness Instead of Joy
The joy and good news of Christmas is available to all mankind through the perfect gift.
The Answer to Our Fear and Fatigue
Now more than ever, we need the peace and rest only a holy God can provide.
Here’s What Peter Says to Discouraged Pastors
God has given you stewardship of your church, but willingness to follow is not up to you.
Will We Really Listen to Each Other Ever Again?
The secular world says we should hate, but Jesus says we should love unconditionally.
Hold On. What’s The One Thing You’re Forgetting?
God warns us of the tendency to immediately enact our plan without one important thing . . .
When You Think You’re Not Capable of Your Calling
God doesn’t send his soldiers into battle without the proper equipment.
Before the Holidays Hit, Read This
As holiday stresses pile up, choose to be still instead of be overwhelmed.