Wednesday, April 14, 2021

My Dog and I Were Attacked and What I Learned from the Incident

0
Image this: You’ve been cooped up inside because you’ve felt under the weather for four days. You finally start to feel better so you...

5 Trending Developments on Sermon Length

0
One thing is for certain regarding the proclamation of God’s Word: preaching is still primary for both pastors and church members. Because of the centrality...

Social Media Best Practices for Churches

0
I don’t see many churches using social media well. Two things in particular stand out to me: 1) A lot of times, it’s as if...

Three Common Approaches to Church Conflict and Why They Fall Short

0
Conflict avoidance is a primary strategy for many people, especially in the church. “The world is full of conflict. Church should be a place...

Remaining Inspired: Why Inspiration Is Worth Fighting for

0
This is an excerpt from Jeff Henderson’s book, Know What You’re FOR: A Growth Strategy for Work, an Even Better Strategy for Life, releasing...

Bo Schembechler on Teamwork

0
The Chief Operating Officer for the organization I work for recently had the team watch a powerful, moving YouTube video about teamwork. The video...

4 Lessons New Communicators Need to Learn Before Taking a Major Stage

0
By Dillon Smith Raising up new communicators can feel like navigating a minefield. There is a tension that anyone trying to invest in the next generation...

5 Ways to Get Feedback without Crushing Your Feelings

0
I admit it, I can be a little sensitive to criticism. Whenever I’m finished giving a sermon or talk, you know what I really want...

The 3 Kinds of People In Every Church

0
In Judson Edward’s book, The Leadership Labyrinth, he describes 21 paradoxes in ministry. He defines the ‘relationship paradox’ in this way: the people who...

Seven Things We Should Celebrate Regularly In Our Churches

0
What you celebrate, you become. And today we discuss ways churches can celebrate how God is working in them and through them. Some highlights from...
- Advertisement -

Latest article

My Favorite Bible Verses About Finding Purpose In Pain

I’m not normally one to cherry-pick verses from the Bible. I believe there is usually much more richness to be experienced in understanding entire...

Changing Wineskins, Changing Methods – Part 2 by John Nuzzo

Over the last 25 years, we have operated in an Attractional Model of church, in which God was moving among His people to go...

The Fine Line Between Oversharing and Undersharing As a Leader

0
This is a guest post written by Toni Nieuwhof.  Toni and Carey Nieuwhof met in law school and have been married for three decades....