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An "entrepreneurial builder" reaches listeners in more than 50 countries with its radio network.
Don't be afraid of conflict on a team. Good leaders learn to manage it for the eventual good of the team.
Following Jesus is not a walk in the park.
The trends are early. The demographics are breathtaking. And the signs are, to a large extent, hopeful.
Former pro athlete Todd Brown built his business with the intent to promote the gospel.
While it may not be practical, it is wise.
Learn to tell stories to improve your influence.
Allow God's fresh breath and His new vision to permeate every area of your life.
Churches across the country have seen success thanks to this new program.
A mother of four uses her construction company to minister the gospel.
Unless the body of Christ once again celebrates the ministry function of apostle, this tragedy will occur.
God wants you to love being who you are. You'll be a lot more successful for Him.
Today we honor a New Orleans car dealer who makes dreams come true in the post-Katrina world.
Here are five ways to see how culture has changed and how we might respond and lead our churches differently.
Taking initiative requires immediate action.
Remember Colossians 2:6-7.
This chemical compounding company gives out tracts, Bibles and other evangelistic material.
Most churches certainly couldn't do without them.
Dividers want to divide your organization.
You might want to check out Spotify. This could help you communicate with some congregates better.
Here is the missing factor.
"Be thou faithful unto death," Jesus said. "And I will give you a crown of life."
The Right Reverend David Conner, the Queen's pastor, accepted the special Bible on behalf of the Queen.
The condition of our spirit has much to do with our potential.
You should get a big chuckle out of some of these.
Explorer Meriwether Lewis exemplified what happens to most of us when we are confronting rapidly changing circumstances.
Like positively charged protons, we can minister to our people by directing their gaze to the presence of God himself in heaven.
Work to please God. Man-pleasing is futile.
"Rejoice with those who rejoice and weep with those who weep."
Christ wants His followers to be change agents. How are you doing that?
The threat of Alzheimer's disease reminds us that memory is a gift. And what a powerful ministry it is.
Do you desire His Presence even when you don't want anything?
When people come to your church, do they find a place where Jesus is a priority and where an atmosphere of honor towards the Lord has been created?
Consider these 10 reasons why pastors—even busy ones—should start blogging.
"Aim at nothing, and you're sure to hit it."
Our heart condition drives who we will BE, today.
If our confidence is based solely on what we can see, we are limited.
These three points will help you achieve the impact you would like to have with your worship team.
It's one thing to say we have a vision. It's another thing to live it out.
We must actively think about God to remain in His presence.
Check out Every Nation Churches and Ministries' Leadership 215, inspired by 2 Timothy 2:15. It's become quite effective.
Technicians are a different breed. Many are introverts who are content to stay in the back room pushing buttons and not talking to anyone. Many church techs have told me that despite trying, they have never personally led anyone to Christ—and it bothers them.
Often it is not the gospel that turns people off, but the people carrying the gospel who turn them off.
Do you seek the presence of God at work?
What is it that keeps people from achieving what they claim to want most in life?
Most of the large church growth today is taking place at multisite churches.
A study also reveals that many pastors struggle to secure long-term personal financial stability.
Here are three indicators.