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.

These Seven Things Are Keeping Your Church from Growing

The number one topic in the local church over the last 30 plus years addresses the question, “How do I grow my church?” How can we break through to reach more people for Jesus?

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5 Prep Questions for a New Year

2019 is a month old! Is your direction clear? Are your plans complete? Is your lead team onboard?

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Your Phone Battery is Not the Only Thing that Needs Recharging

The basics of a healthy balance for work and rest are the same for everyone. But because each person’s situation is a little different, each solution is a little different.

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5 Keys to Cultivating an Environment of Growth

In a rapidly changing culture where the Bible is an option to as many as it is the inerrant Word of God, it’s challenging to create an environment of abiding faith in Jesus.

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Visionary Leaders Should Stop Doing These Seven Things

There are things we do as leaders that consume and deplete our energy that we don’t have to do, and in fact, should stop doing.

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4 Critical Questions to Make Great Decisions

Decision-making is an essential skill for effective leadership. The encouraging news is that decision-making is a skill; you can practice and get better at it.

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These Few Keys Create Great First Impressions

The first ten seconds matter, and in the first ten minutes decisions are being made. One way or the other, your guests make lightning-fast decisions about your church.

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Clarity Process

Three effective ways to start moving toward clarity right now.