I've found that planting a multisite network of video-driven churches has been effective for reaching rural communities. Here's how.
Peter and Bev Mortlock grew a church from 12 people to 10,000. Their secret? They simply always wanted to "reach one more."
Focus on these things in sermon preparation and you'll minimize the distractions that can derail productivity.
Comparing your church to other churches simply for the sake of comparison only breeds jealousy and ingratitude.
A few simple guidelines can minimize the awkwardness of a serious conversation.
There are several common misunderstandings about preaching. Here are four principles that help bring clarity.
Regularly winnowing out bad habits is just as important to the senior pastor's health as establishing healthy goals.
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.
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.
"The supreme issue for Jesus was not Rome’s army but God’s people."