How to Apologize Well as a Leader

Leaders should be the first to apologize, and here are five ways to do it well.

Finding Significance as a Leader

Whether your find yourself in a stage of survival, success or significance as a leader, here are some helpful guidelines.

Pastors’ Most Challenging Counseling Issues

The most difficult issues according to pastors we asked on social media.

What Makes Young Leaders Want to Stay?

These eight motivating factors help contribute to an environment that creates investment and longevity.

4 Reasons to Plan Your Sermon Series in Advance

I've experienced several benefits from planning my upcoming sermon series months in advance.

Why We Must Embrace Healthy Conflict

The pain of small conflict now will protect you from catastrophic conflict down the road.

10 Ways to Recruit Workers in Your Church

These strategies will help you activate the gifts of the members of the body in your church.

7 Characteristics of Constructive Criticism

Here are some ways to determine if criticism is actually constructive.

What I Learned Being an ER Trauma Chaplain

Do you take action to serve others or to manage your anxiety?

8 Cunning Ways the Enemy Undermines Churches

Be on the lookout for these subtle attacks.
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