A Note to Young Pastors: Stay Humble

God is forever at work refining us, defining us, confining us, maturing us, preparing us for more strategic service.

Why the Priesthood of Believers Must Matter to You

Insights from 10 years of leading a fellowship of microchurches

5 Reasons You Need a Paid Children’s Ministry Director

Staffing a full-time children's minister is becoming increasingly more important.

Leading Through Change Without Losing Your Soul

"Three words best describe how I’ve often felt in the midst of leading change: Alone, frustrated and defeated."

12 Ways to Build Staff Morale

Good staff morale can help you build momentum in the good times and sustain you in the hard times. Here are some great ways to cultivate it.

The Beauty of an Imperfect Church

Every church has it's flaws and things that could be better. Instead of leaving for greener pastures, dig in and invest in making things better.

How Two Churches Merged to Serve and Unite a Community

The congregations’ differences, especially ethnicity, have been the catalyst for embracing diversity and connection.

The Innovative Small Church

Innovative small churches are giving Christians of all ages opportunities not only to be recipients of ministry but also to minister themselves.

Beyond Groundhog Day

Brad Powell: “Leading a church out of a rut demands belief that the church’s future begins now.”

Leading Change in Hostile Territory

Brad Powell: “To continue leading positively in the face of negativity, I have found that, like Jesus, I must learn to love people without needing them.”
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