Once you're clear on vision, it impacts every other initiative and area of ministry.
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Imagine a day when every staff member and key lay leader wakes up with a clear and shared understanding of God’s better future for your church.
Multipliers see their job as bringing the right people together in an environment that liberates everyone’s best thinking – and then get out of the way and let them do it.
Pew Research Center has offered six “notable demographic trends” that are shaping the U.S. and the World in 2019.
Here are three things that will give the confidence and courage when it comes to vision.
If done well, standing meetings can be of great benefit to church staff without wasting everyone’s time.
Three ways the iPhone is impacting your leadership.
Story is the emotion that makes your organization come to life in the eyes of your audience.
All things considered, more and more churches are struggling because they are going longer periods of time without a pastor.
Seven statements that signal mission accomplishment and demonstrate breakthrough clarity for church teams realizing their vision.
Paul and Timothy modeled three kinds of relationships all Christian leaders need in order to grow and serve effectively.
One of the most important jobs a senior leader has is to develop leaders or to “build the bench.” The temptation is to put building a bench on hold while focusing on imperative day-to-day duties. Without consciously taking time to build your bench, you run the risk of hurting your organization for generations.
Knowing that we’re all looking for a life hack that will increase our effectiveness, here are some ideas for scheduling for success.
We must cast the vision of that reality to those we lead. We must hold them, and ourselves, to the highest standards of commitment and excellence.
We all want to win. Who wakes up and thinks, I hope we lose? Your church team is no different. It’s God’s church and His purpose, so positive results are important.
There’s a new, and important, word: “phygital.” It reflects the growing necessity for the seamless flow between the physical and the digital.
Don’t try to be perfect, but do strive to be a pattern of seeking Jesus in a way that those you lead will want to emulate.
Failure to make yourself heard in a crisis is a very risky move, almost as much as failure to communicate at all. There is no one who can speak more effectively for you and your organization than you.
If you apply “omnichannel” to a local church, you essentially decide it does not matter which channel the person you are serving utilizes to interact with your church or consume content from your church, and you want all the channels to offer a similar experience.