Effective ministry loves the can-do.
We stand on the foundation of the Bible, prayer, and good theology, grounded in Jesus Christ.
But we also need to know how to execute.
Just tell us how to actually win people to Christ and lead a growing church.
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We’re praying that the Holy Spirit will lead you as you read today.
Here are seven prayers that Paul prayed for the churches he knew.
Together they’ll give you a week’s worth of biblical prayers you can pray for your church.
Leaders are readers.
And if you’re feeling guilty about how your reading goals went last year, then now is the perfect time to become a better, faster reader.
The weak state of evangelism these days i2 a leadership issue.
It’s our responsibility as pastors to lead our churches to be evangelistic.
9 Questions Every Pastor Should Ask
When someone asks, “How are things going at the church?” you almost always answer, “Good!” or “Fine.” But how do you know?
What questions should you be asking?
If you are considering a large-scale revolutionary change, or a more moderate evolutionary improvement, get these 7 ideas to lead people-friendly change.
Do you have an evangelism strategy? Here are four simple steps to get started.
How could there be so much talk about having goals, and so little attention on the skills you need to accomplish them?
Here are 6 skills for church leaders to go beyond writing your goals to actually accomplishing your goals.
How to Lead Change in your Church When it Hurts
Try these 7 strategies when leading change gets painful.
Do you want to develop leaders, but wish it could be faster?
Find out how to use Kouzes and Posner’s book Learning Leadership as a ministry tool to develop leaders in your church.
What if you decided to see your Easter to-do list as the perfect opportunity to get more volunteers and develop new leaders.
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