Personal conflict is a normal experience in a fallen world. This post identifies the 4 stages of conflict and how to prevent it before it starts.
Whenever a church begins to search for a new pastor, one of the first tasks they will complete is to form a pastor search committee, a group entrusted with the task of searching for and recommending the church’s next pastor to the congregation. Most churches have some guidance for how to form the search committee… Continue reading Avoid These 7 Individuals When Forming Your Pastor Search Committee
Thank you for taking time to read my blog. I pray it's been a blessing during a difficult year. Here's a look back at the Top 10 posts from 2020.
Understanding the phases of response during a natural disaster can assist churches and organizations as they seek to recover from long-term effects of the pandemic.
During the pandemic, leaders of all shapes and sizes have faced intense scrutiny and criticism. No matter your context, it has been an extremely difficult season to be a leader.
One of my favorite Christmas movies provides an important Thanksgiving lesson.
While it’s appropriate to honor the past, your church can’t live there. This post includes several suggestions for how you can avoid allowing your church's past to become a challenge for your present and future pastors.
While I would never have claimed that I knew everything about the church, I was confident that my knowledge was adequate. But then, COVID happened and God has been showing me since then that I have much to learn about His bride. Here are 6 lessons I've learned.
If you are wondering if you are called to pastor ministry, these six questions may help you assess your calling.
In times like these, God's people need to be fervently crying out to Him in prayer. Jesus' model prayer is a relevant guide for the church today.