ABOUT DAN REILAND

Dan Reiland
Dr. Dan Reiland serves as Executive Pastor at 12Stone Church in Lawrenceville, Georgia. He previously partnered with John Maxwell for 20 years, first as Executive Pastor at Skyline Wesleyan Church in San Diego, then as Vice President of Leadership and Church Development at INJOY. He and Dr. Maxwell still enjoy partnering on a number of church related projects together. Dan is best known as a leader with a pastor's heart, but is often described as one of the nations most innovative church thinkers. His passion is developing leaders for the local church so that the Great Commission is advanced.

The Power of a Positive NO

Setting aside (just for a moment) strategy, culture, and what has been discerned in prayer, even the simple practicality of a leader’s schedule reveals that you simply can’t say yes to everyone.

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4 Characteristics of a Relational Leader

Relational charisma is a kind of personal magnetism that everyone can have. If you want it, and if you are willing to work on it intentionally, it’s yours to develop.

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The Case for Healthy Church Membership

Church membership should not consist of rules to keep people out, but ramps to help people grow.

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5 Ways to Engage the Sermon, not just Evaluate It

There’s nothing wrong with some constructive criticism, in fact helpful critique is good. But there is a big difference between helpful critique and hurtful criticism about the Sunday sermon.

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5 Ways to Start Your Day in the Right Way

If you don’t know where you’re headed or where you want to go, you will likely arrive somewhere else. Here are five questions to help you have a highly productive day.

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What Does An Usher Really Do?

Not just anyone can be an usher, in the same way, that not just anyone can be on the worship team, work in children’s ministry or lead a small group. The right gifts, passion, and ability make a big difference.

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Clarity Process

Three effective ways to start moving toward clarity right now.