Five Essential Practices for Leaders to Multiply Leaders
Pete Scazzero discusses Emotionally Healthy Discipleship and the danger of separating love of God and people.
We can get enamored with the latest leadership fad, but true leaders focus on the specific needs of those they are leading.
How Change Comes to Your Church
In a cluttered world, simplicity and clarity are what get people’s attention.
Craig Johnson: Inspire People to Volunteer, Build Great Teams That Last
Leading others starts with having the self-discipline to lead yourself.
There are already leaders within the membership of your church. Developing them yields these benefits ...
There came a point when I had to say no more to further formal education.
How economic impact can be an evangelistic tool.