Every small group or Sunday school class includes individuals who make discussion more difficult. This post describes 3 Discussion Disruptors and how to deal with them.
Pastors sometimes invite others to preach in their church. This post lists 7 reasons why pastors should consider sharing their pulpit regularly.
If you are a pastor or ministry leader, you understand the reality of limited available resources to accomplish your mission. This post provides 8 practical ways to do more with less as you seek to fulfill that mission.
As teachers and students return to school this month, this post lists 9 practical ways that churches can serve their local schools during this upcoming academic year.
God's people often sense when He is calling them to serve Him in new & different ways. If you're wondering if God is calling you to a new ministry, read on!
The summer months provide many opportunities for churches to be witnesses in their communities. If your church is looking for ways to reengage your community this summer, here are fifteen ideas to get you started
If you're a pastor and you've experienced a week when your sermon is not fully developed, this post may offer some encouragement for you.
Many pastors serve bivocationally out of financial necessity. Others for strategic reasons. Check out this post for five reasons why some pastors are bivocational on purpose.
Effective ministry partnerships come in all shapes and sizes. However, most partnerships will share these seven common characteristics.
Church leaders often get stressed when their church's goals are unmet. This post explains why and how ministry leaders may need to redefine how we measure success in the future.