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Many leaders and churches fail to do this—and suffer for it.
Business evangelists possess a supernatural gift of zeal for their product or service.
Especially when it comes to leading the next generation, to achieve connection, here are four principles every leader and influencer should know.
As an adult, I have to admit that often times my conversations with God the Father mirror my childhood conversations with my earthly mom and dad.
Many leaders and pastors assume they understand how to plan for their ministry, when in reality, they do not.
Barna sheds some light on those who may impact society's health and well-being the most.
I have met numerous leaders with the title "apostle," "bishop" and even "archbishop" without apostolic fruit to back up their title.
Blogging is a powerful tool in any spiritually minded leader's hand. Learn to maximize your blog's power to reach people.
I learned one of the greatest lessons about vision in the simplest manner while I was at that church.
The world uses these two tools in a destructive way. But Christ has called us to something greater.
Some debt is oppressive bondage, while other types of debt can actually lighten the load. Here's how to discern between the two.
Here are some practical questions to help you think through how you should respond.
Take a look at what church staff members think it takes to be an excellent leader.
Some of us are trying to help other people buy into our agendas.
Some biblical examples of business prophets include Nathan, Deborah, Amos and David. Here's what they have in common.
Care builds relationships, and relationships impact influence.
If your ministry fits this description, it's time for you to experience a fresh move of God.
Whether you're just beginning your pastoring career or you're mentoring a young preacher, these nine tips are essential.
Many secular leaders just don't get this.
"I believe I have been given a word from God for you today; may I share it with you?"
If you want to retire by age 67, keep this in mind.
The best mentors are those who foster a love of learning in their followers. This is why.
One is that your suffering may turn out to be the highest compliment the Father ever gave you.
"In 29 years, I've never seen this not work."
We don't see this concept of "my ministry" in the Bible.
Jesus said that we can do greater works than He did and that He will do whatever we ask in His Name.
It's a pain that many in the ministry have felt at least once and maybe more.
Are you struggling this Valentine's Day with one of these discouraging issues?
Great leadership doesn't start with a great education, although that is incredibly valuable. And it certainly doesn't start with a particular position within an organization.
It involves two critical elements.
These could have a lot to do with stalled growth and low team morale.
And we wonder why so many congregations are stagnated, plateaued or declining.
People need an opportunity to respond to the Word of God.
It's much more precious than gold or silver.
Consider these alternatives to overwork and perfectionism.
The trend is disturbing.
Once you're over the hurdle, however, the rewards are infinite.
If you're just starting out, or have any interest at all in church planting, carefully read these.
Business apostles carry a huge responsibility.
The Lord gave clear instructions on how to live a victorious life that is pleasing to Him.
In unity, even what seems impossible can be achieved.
It the midst of this awful situation, the church has the opportunity truly to be the body of Christ.
Jentezen Franklin urges ministry leaders to be strong and courageous in dealing with these issues in the pulpit.
Do any of these describe you?
"My core belief in media is that the anointing of the Holy Spirit can be transmitted through media."
It's much easier than you may think.
There is more to it than uploading sermon audio to iTunes.
Are you sometimes stricken by squirrel-like indecision?