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.
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.
If I could share one piece of advice with you as you express appreciation for your pastor, it would be this: be specific as possible.
We did not choose this moment, but in God’s sovereignty, this is our moment, nonetheless. Although it is tempting to pause or abort our mission until circumstances improve, God has called each of us to serve for such a time as this.
If you are trying to figure out how to bring back small groups in your church, this post describes 4 options to consider.
Make sure this year's Pastor Appreciation Month is memorable for your pastor(s) for all the right reasons!