Ministry Today proudly presents Greenelines, a new blog from Dr. Steve Greene.
Dr. Greene writes on a wide range of topics important to leaders, church administrators and young leaders in development.
He has lead business organizations, served as a dean of a college of business and lead as a senior pastor. Greene's primary focus is to equip the leaders of saints.Read Greenelines
Many pastors have wondered this. Hint: It's not about you.
Leaders choose words of life to encourage and edify.
This is a clear and urgent warning for others lest they go down the forsaken path I should never have traveled.
Here are seven ways to discover a good working rhythm.
A leader's legacy is earned in progressive testing.
If you've drifted into unhealthy habits, it's time to realign.
Some leaders are blind to the failings of their church.
You probably feel like you let your congregation down. Here's why it's not as bad as you think.
Don't stress or panic. Just follow these simple steps and rejoice in the Lord.
These tools make it easy to share the gospel with your community.
You're not alone. The struggles you're going through are common to every leader—and here's how to beat them.
If the Lord is with us, we can be successful in any situation.
Are your leaders leading with energy or being prophetic? If not, your church may be missing out.
Before the holidays hit, take time to pray for your ministry's future.
Every healthy church changes over time, but how do you respond when members just want their "old church" back?
Empowerment gives members of your team this kind of a sense about themselves.
Burnout is easy, especially when all we do is coast along. Don't let it happen to you.
Keep in mind these are tongue-in-cheek.
How you begin your sermon is absolutely vital.
Large or small, every church can be a resource giant for God's kingdom.
When Darlene Rose gave her life to Jesus at 10, little did she know of the life of total surrender she would lead.
If you think one of the six reasons is high salaries for each person on staff, you're wrong.
Keep in mind: If the fruit is ripe, you don't have to yank it.
Learning to see is a process not an event.
Otherwise, chaos could ensue within your congregation.
As Christian pastors, here's how you should be setting the tone of thankfulness in your own home and with your congregation.
If not corrected, these mistaken leadership beliefs become practices and end up as harmful habits that decrease your influence.
The church should be poised to make a huge impact.
Investing in these is eternally important.
Preaching is hard, and you're going to have days like this.
Bringing a man and a woman together in marriage is like bringing two different countries together and trying to form one.
If churches want information to be retained, they need to implement strategies that will help get the right info to the right people in a timely manner.
You can take a stand, but you must represent Christ well and do it right.
Remember that where God calls you, He equips you.
Every minister with an iPhone should get in on these tech advances.
Confronting a brother or sister about their sin can be awkward, but Jesus reminds us that such confrontations are necessary sometimes.
Barbara Johnson's example of faithfulness to the Lord in the face of adversity should inspire us all.
The governing body of your church and those with spiritual authority must have this in common.
Don't be discouraged when you see your present realities.
It's not about the resources. It's about the way churches use resources.
Can you relate to any of these?
In spite of all the vitriol and venom, Joseph Mattera says there are some good things that can come from it.
There is a lot to be anxious about concerning our country at this time, but this is why you can be secure in your mind.
These three elements summarize why the local church on Sunday morning is crucial.
Read this compelling op-ed from Florida Family Policy Council President John Stemberger about what a believer's response to today's election should be, no matter who wins.
Just make sure to put on your own mask first, then help others with their masks.
When God's people get together and pray as a community, amazing things happen.
The pressure to perform often keeps us from admitting fear, but these are real.