Have you ever visited a church and then didn’t go back? What are top two or three reasons you didn’t return?
What if we could find a simple but elegant theory of organizational leadership?
As leaders we have to be prepared to lead our team through crisis, because crisis will come.
This is a guide for healthy ministry that reminds people that your role, your only role, is to point followers to Jesus.
Are you a church planter (or someone who will help plant a church)? Are you obsessed with a city? If you’re just that crazy, then yes, you might be a church planter.
What could you change in 2014 that would make a significant impact for the Kingdom and the future health of your church?
What if we patterned our lives, our ministries and our churches after Jesus and really drilled down to the one thing?
How many weekends do we leave church feeling satisfied because the music was good, the sermon was well received and the attendance was up without even considering if God was pleased?
Hundreds of thousands of dollars, untold man hours and many lives invested in churches that no longer exist. Here are 3 reasons most church plants fail.
One of the most frustrating things in finding a new church is figuring how to connect with other attenders.