Rest, discipleship, and integrity lay at the heart of healthy, growing churches. Pastors and church leaders can enhance their effectiveness by paying attention to changing needs.
Dr. J.R. Briggs | LEADERSHIP
Growing churches in a changing culture means that pastors must make a plan, pivoting to meet the needs with biblical vision and passion.
J.R. Briggs | LEADERSHIP
Christian leadership includes women, and growing churches make a plan for ongoing, effective leadership training.
Set Boundaries and Save Your Sanity | By Carey Nieuwhof Building a church shouldn’t come at the...
Tony Morgan | LEADERSHIP
Make a Plan, Starting with 5 Simple Questions Although culture is changing, pastors and church...
David D. Ireland | LEADERSHIP
Real church growth begins as leaders learn to accept themselves, their calling, their assignment, and their congregation.
Lee Kricher | LEADERSHIP
A Seamless Pastoral Transition is the best way for a new pastor to learn how to become a pastor, and the best way for all church pastors and church leadership to make a plan for transition. By doing so, people unite behind the new leader, and congregations enter a new era with confidence.