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
A recent family trip to the Big Apple brought about some pleasant—some might say godly—changes from the past.
In a leadership role, leaders are required to confront and challenge team members and peers. How do you go about it?
Lay aside every weight and the sin that so easily entangles us.
Volume doesn't equal anointing. Here's what your preaching must have without question.
Do you find it scary to be a leader sometimes? What's the scariest time you have faced as a leader?
While members can benefit from it, here is why bulletins should be for guests first.
No group is an island.
Kindness is a powerful piece of fruit.
By Clarence E. Stowers Jr.
Remember these 3 key lessons when casting a new vision for your congregation.
The way we view the local church is changing, and we may need to learn to be more flexible.
Do you have another side that shows up under stress?
The nature of criticism can be extremely draining, but here is how it can be used for good.
By Chuck Lawless
Here's how to become a more effective preacher and teacher—even if you don't like critiques.
Here's why sincerity is a key value and a core component of both effectively representing the gospel and communicating God's truth in this present age.
This past month, the U.S. government reported a seven-year-low in unemployment. Like an economist analyzing an economic report, we need to selectively filter information in our ministry.
By Rick Warren
Here are three reasons why working with a highly effective and motivated team can improve your ministry.
As if the first 10 were not enough.
What happens when all that you have multiplies?
At which level is your church?
By Phil Cooke
Before picking fights with online troublemakers, consider an alternative approach.
"Please tell me that true Christianity calls for genuine repentance of all sin, including homosexuality."
Best practices create predictable outcomes.
Make unexpected alterations in your day an energizing resource.
By John Velsor
Whether it's in a mall, a movie theater or at a YMCA, congregations can find a home anywhere.
These are almost no-brainers. Can you think of more?
Some leaders earn influence sooner than others.
Here's why this fruit of the Spirit should be cultivated every day.
By Nelson Searcy
Here's why a first career in business is great preparation for starting a church.
There is a biblical plan for this.
Didn't Paul preach about continuous improvement?
Is your pastor unprepared or unwilling to preach this important message?
Do you display these characteristics?
These are all red flags when it comes to outside media's perceptions of pastors.
Our path determines our destiny.
By Dr. James R. Russell
Honoring God in the marketplace yields an abundance of spiritual fruit.
By Ken Walker
How God has led some pastors out of the pulpit into significant ministry opportunity.
Is this term still relevant?
Here's how effective leaders nurture.
You don't have to compromise the truth of God's Word to be creative with your sermons.
By Taylor Berglund
Barnhart Crane and Rigging shows how significantly business can impact the church.
Does your family life take precedence over your ministry?
Are you always looking at the bigger picture?
Strong church leaders can dethrone the dominion of sympathy addicts.
Did you know that God uses a very predictable process to build your character?
Lukewarm leadership is unstable.
The Hebrew word has a powerful meaning.
There rarely is a simple explanation for the decline of a church. It could be a combination of these factors.
Even if you have no interest in urban settings and ministries, please read this. It concerns your duty with the Great Commission.