Everyone might be accustomed to the routine, but there’s always a chance that it’s someone’s very first time.
Is there really such a thing as a healthy church? Are there any healthy church staffs? And, what does healthy mean, anyway?
We just can’t expect everyone to immediately think the change is good, needed, or welcomed.
Here are seven short, paradigm-shaping ideas that summarizes the basic issues many aspiring leaders face.
My personal experience has led me to believe that there is something about continual change that produces continual growth.
If you are in a time of decline, perhaps it’s time to think differently than your natural, even understandable emotions would lead you to act.
If you brand something around you….it will be harder to hand off should you ever or when you ever need to.
I read a blog post recently that indicated the death of long-term planning was imminent. Their point was that we need to be so flexible in a fast changing world that we should no longer make 5, 10, or 20 year plans. Even a one year plan was diminished in importance for this writer.
Assuming a new leadership position is always a challenging and fun time in your life. Ron Edmondson shares 7 elements of his strategy as he assumes a new pastorate.
Rules shouldn’t be confused with goals. Why do we sometimes live by rules that keep us accomplishing our goals?