3 Important Traits of Successful Pastors

Let me start off by saying, I have an incredible amount of respect for those in the ministry. If you’re a pastor who is trying your best, you’re well on your way to being successful. I’m a bit nervous to Continue Reading

How’s Your Motor?

Remember how you used to get to school? Depending on your age and your ability to stretch the truth, there’s a good chance you had to walk barefoot, in the snow, and up a hill both ways to get to Continue Reading

Fixing the Church Board Problem

Some churches call them deacons, some call them elders, some have trustees, and others probably call them by other names, but for this post let’s just lump them all together as the church board. These are the men and women Continue Reading

My Thoughts From Four Years of Multisite Ministry

About six years ago the church I serve, Strong Tower Church, started throwing around the idea of going multisite. We felt our church, which had over 700 people showing up at that time, was probably reaching the max of what Continue Reading

When the Time is Right

Change is dangerous. It’s been over a decade now since I was called into my very first board meeting. I wasn’t on staff at the time and had only been attending the church for a couple of years, but I Continue Reading

One Possible Solution to the Leadership Dilemma

Developing leaders is a hot topic among the church world these days, and it’s constantly a topic at my church. There’s rarely a week that goes by without someone talking to me about needing better leadership in one area or Continue Reading
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