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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Don't simply try to conserve the high you achieved during revival week.
Here are five valuable leadership lessons from a waterfall climb.
Leaders need to develop a bias toward action.
Together we can help to raise the standards for all children in our communities so they can reach their God-given potential—this year and for years to come.
How can you overcome the resistance to giving that pushes against the desire to give?
There are many marks of a committed disciple.
We need the presence of the Lord in good times too.
While many churches have Facebook pages, most do not know how best to utilize the platform for kingdom growth.
In the second of a two-part series, presidential hopeful Ben Carson sits down with LifeWay Research Executive Producer Ed Stetzer.
These signs should give you a favorable impression of a church and its people.
Following in the footsteps of greatness
Here are 10 solid reasons why you should listen to us.
These are serious times. Much is at stake. This is unquestionable and undeniable.
And there are four things that need to occur for that to come about.
The ear of Honest Abe
Nobody said doing God's work was going to be easy.
Here also are some things you can do about it.
How would "President Carson" share the gospel?
Fit for Mount Rushmore
The following principles should help in making godly choices.
As much as leaders desire improvement, many leaders wonder where they should go to grow. These will lead you in the right direction.
You have to do this before you can do anything else in the kingdom of God.
We should lead like Ike.
If you've ever been a caregiver, then you know how much of a challenge it can be. If not, you will be blessed by this.
Some follow-ups simply aren't received well.
Seminaries are a far different proposition these days from when I came through.
Part 1: Ronald Reagan, the Great Communicator
There needs to be a balance in churches.
These things can really get to you if you let them.
Men and women of God, it's crucial for you to get the word out to your congregations and to make a difference in these key states.
It's easier for a leader to fail than succeed.
Will you follow the One through uncharted waters who has called you by name?
See how this gospel-centered approach can help bring breakthrough for those in bondage.
Where are you in the levels of communication? What is the next step for you to improve?
Here are seven indicators of spirit-minded leadership.
This can be one of the most challenging relationships of all. But it can work if you trust in God and follow these ideals.
Navigating times of transition can sometimes be difficult. Here are some stories of senior pastors who transitioned to broader ministry.
When a follower decides to leave a church, cause or movement, it's almost always because one of these three promises has been broken.
Excitement is not the essence of execution.
Our responsibility is to stay connected to the Source and observe all that He has told us to do.
Are you faithfully discharging the duties God has given you and are you living up to the calling with which you are called?
Pastors are recommended to focus their messages this year on these subjects.
Leaders are the first to welcome accountability.
These "marketplace" pastors are incredible servants who fill a huge need among American congregations.
By Chris Huff
What a guest needs from us is trust and confidence in this area.
Why do we often merely prune ministry due to fear or politics when we really need a fresh start?
Hiring a new leader is a matter of prayer.
Sadly these days, this has become a necessity.