10 Facts About Change in Church

Change isn’t always popular, but it’s always necessary. Apple puts out a new phone every year because people are willing to pay for the upgrades. Taco Bell starts selling fries because they figure their customers might like something different. And Continue Reading

Five Ways Pastors Can Keep a Healthy Schedule

Do you know which pastors struggle the most with burn out? It’s actually not pastors of large churches. It’s pastors of small churches. If you’ve ever pastored a small church you understand why. You’re expected to be everywhere and take Continue Reading

4 Questions to Ask Your Leaders Every Monday Morning

Sometimes we make things harder than they need to be. I’m certainly guilty of this. A few months ago, I was trying to figure out how to be in two places at once. The church I serve has two campuses, Continue Reading

5 Reasons Why Church Boards Fail

I wonder how much of the decline of the Church in America can be attributed back to church boards. Just this week I spoke with a pastor who was walking away from his church because he didn’t feel like they Continue Reading

Help, My Church Refuses to Change

A few years ago, there was a pastor who noticed the average age of his church was getting older and their attendance was in decline. Like anyone with a passion for reaching the lost, he wanted to think of a Continue Reading

Learning How to Lead Yourself

The most difficult person you and I will ever have to lead is ourselves. Sure, there may be others who frustrate us and drive us crazy, but you and I are the real problem. I believe the apostle Paul summed Continue Reading