Emotions run high whenever a pastor resigns. This post describes the 5 most common responses church members have when they first hear the news.
Although every church member is part of the body of Christ, not all are equally spiritually productive. This post describes the difference in mindsets among unproductive, counterproductive, and biblically productive church members.
In this unique and brief season, every established church can think and operate like a replant. This post shows how churches can take advantage of this opportunity.
As churches return to normal operations, some are ceasing their online ministry efforts. This post shares 5 reasons why churches of all sizes should continue some form of online ministry.
While every pastor search committee is unique, research reveals that the most effective search committees are characterized by five common traits.
Pastors have been identifying and training faithful men to serve as future ministers since the earliest days of the church. This post explains both why mentoring is so important today as well as suggestions for developing a mentoring process.
Christians look forward to returning to a sense of normalcy in their church. However, this post explains that a return to normal will be more challenging than many realize.
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.
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.
If you are wondering if you are called to pastor ministry, these six questions may help you assess your calling.