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
Like Joseph and Daniel in the Bible, this preacher interpreted dreams for his fellow Marines.
What do we do when we feel God is distant or angry or disappointed with us?
The church must accept and even applaud the new song of the rising generation.
Dr. Tony Evans says there are only two options before us as we witness what is happening to our beloved nation. The National Day of Prayer is set for May 5.
Some simply need to learn the etiquette when given the opportunity to speak.
Leading excellence is not a sometime thing.
Here are five challenges pastors' wives encounter when trying to find their purpose.
"Hang with really smart people."
Leaders set objectives and measure results by facts.
A church or ministry with real value should be doing this.
Your job is to tell the truth, to the right people, in the right way, in the right spirit, over and over and over again.
Are you leading with a limp? How has it shaped your leadership?
Leaders must assess demand and sustainability of programs.
Here's how to reinforce your church values with your congregation without a word from you.
Here are some lies about the role of the church in an election season.
Here are six perspectives on the matter. What is your church's practice?
Good coaches resist temptation to give advice.
Does your church have a staff blog? What other ways can a staff blog benefit a church?
Many leaders are so focused on their own generation that they leave the others out.
Many of us need to get beyond the pendulum swing and to think more biblically and more discerningly about the issue of leadership.
Procrastination is frowned upon in the kingdom of God.
Where do you run when life throws you an unexpected curve?
When we hide our weaknesses, big problems arise.
Have you ever known a weak leader? They're usually easy to spot.
"You are defined by the fact that today you can reckon yourself dead, and alive to Christ."
"Be who God called you to be!"
Whether your role is worship leader, praise team member, choir member or soloist, remember that your No. 1 job is to point people to Christ.
Don't approach student ministry with a conveyor belt production mentality.
Leaders demonstrate diligence in setting priorities.
Examine yourselves, seeing whether you are in the faith; test yourselves.
Which one is right for you?
What did your church have success with? What does it still have to work on?
Listen now to change your insecurities to securities.
"Prototypes have your DNA. Counterfeits crave your ministry."
Why would God pour more maturity and wisdom into a stagnate reservoir?
When you're stuck in rut, the same old dull routine of life, there's always the story of Peter.
Expect more today than you expected yesterday.
Sometimes, first impressions are lasting ones.
It's not about the people involved, but their actions.
Implementing these suggestions will prove wise in the long run.
Our physical image often trumps our concern for spiritual wellness.
Joshua was handed a difficult lot in life by succeeding Moses. Here's what he did about it.
Find one of these and you will be on your way.
Did you know that you could make a leap in the quality of your worship services just by paying attention to one simple thing?
Drive out the mockers.
These will help pastors stay focused on what God has called them to do.
If you need to slap a hand, bring a ruler and show up in person.
The study also says American Christians complain too much.
Use what you've been given to impact the kingdom.