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
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If you find yourself the victim of innuendo and persecution, go back to this part of the Bible and live there.
How can leaders keep the pulse of the people they are serving, no matter how high up they are?
A healthy church staff thinks about more than just how to accomplish the next team project.
What will your church look like then?
By Shawn Akers
"Can you imagine George Whitefield pitching horseshoes, playing cornhole or enjoying a grilled hamburger with the people he shares the gospel with?"
Are you investing in the next generation of leaders, if only verbally?
Wounds can heal, but scars still remain in some instances.
"Across the one nation on earth where religious freedom has been a given, it is now under attack."
Will you join me in walking this path?
Don't let your organization crumble when chaos unfolds around you.
There is much more to it than simply putting on events.
By Christine D. Johnson
After 58 years in ministry, the evangelist is still going strong and mentoring the next generation.
Women's ministry has changed a lot in recent years, along with women's roles in society.
By Mark Tedford
Employers should understand that every job is critical to the kingdom mission.
Spiritual maturity is not automatic. It must be intentionally cultivated.
You will not be spared the tests of life, but here's why you shouldn't fret during trials.
By Dr. Mark Rutland
Here is how you should proceed when disagreement among church leaders is beyond resolving.
There is always more you could do.
"If you are going to fire a preacher, you'd better have good reason, friend."
By Joshua Mohline
Worship leaders who try to keep up with today's modern-worship sensibilities have a challenge on their hands.
Times are changing, but this is a trend that cannot be ignored.
By David Leuschner
A great church service is not about how much you have or how your services flow technically speaking.
There just may be someone that really needs your help today.
Even the best kids are easily distracted, but you can reach them with these strategies.
The best days of your ministry might be just ahead. It would be a shame if you missed them.
If things aren't going smoothly, you're not alone. Here is what you can do to improve your situation.
It's time for the church to give our young people the opportunity to rise up and do their part.
It's harder, but it's much more effective.
He had the solution in biblical times and He has our back now.
Do you see some areas where you can gain back time?
At some point, everyone moves on. How will you leave things for your successor?
Effective leaders are insatiable learners.
The church has these distinct advantages over the efforts of business and government.
Here is how to create a church full of people who can answer tough questions.
If it was good enough for Jesus and His apostles, it should be good enough for us.
If and when we have these, we should always steward these technologies well.
Has God been trying to get your attention lately?
This is shameful and needs to stop.
This simple yet meaningful practice delivers many eternal rewards.
When you do, you'll find greater satisfaction in your kingdom work.
Don't let this emotion keep you stuck in the past.
The heartbreak can be avoided.
If you don't recognize it, you can't defeat it.
Where you are most vulnerable to temptation?
Our relationship with the Lord should be such that we can access His comfort, direction and empowerment at any time.
Here are three valid reasons to go back to the pen instead of using technology.
It's not too late to defeat this foe, but time is of the essence.
Here are only four change factors, and hints at the implications.