Most people hate meetings. Seeing a staff meeting or board meeting on your calendar may strike a childlike terror in you as an adult. One reason church leaders hate meetings is because they're meeting about the wrong things. Most church meetings are designed to maintain what is instead of move forward to what could be. I want to challenge you to introduce 4 meetings to your team that will help you look ahead, see the future and keep your ministry fresh and innovative.Read More
The first step in becoming the pastor your church needs is assuming the correct posture. Adopting some beliefs, mindsets and attitudes that guide you. Here are 5 leadership choices you need to make to take you into your most fruitful year ever.Read More
Christmas is here! It is a season filled with growth opportunities for your church. While that is true, it is up to you to make the most of this moment. Growth during Christmas doesn't happen without creativity and effort.
Executive Pastors are constantly processing managing people, mapping out strategy, ministering to people and a dozen other things all simultaneously. At the same time we have to have intuition to recognize the right opportunities within every context of leadership.Read More
Recently I read a book pointing out that teams require the high levels of health and trust. One such idea has to do with the relationship between team members. Another word for this: Culture.Read More
Leaders discipline themselves to handle success successfully by maintaining a teachable spirit. We also develop keen eyes to spot other teachable leaders around us. Here is how someone visibly communicates their level of teachability.Read More
We all know worship services need the standard things: Worship music, inspired preaching and opportunities for people to give. There are also other things we need to pay attention to that can take a service from good to great.Read More