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
By Ministry Today Staff
Church building projects require special insurance protection. Here's what you need to know.
It's not that you should try to make mistakes, but here's why it's OK to make one every once in a while.
Ministries have unhappy workers too.
Foursquare Church minister Suzie Genin says we must remember these four things as we train people to lead.
American culture is becoming less conducive to Christian values; it's a reality. The question is, what will the church do?
Every person in the Bible who accomplished any significant thing for the kingdom of God faced it along his or her life's journey. Don't believe the devil's lies.
By Bruce Prock
Ten Things to Look for in Purchasing Church Chairs
By Chris Ridgeway
Here are four proven models of fundraising that can help you with your finances or in church planting.
Here's why the "sacred hour" of 11 a.m. is no longer the worship time for a majority of churches.
Here's why you should consider soft skills in hiring decisions.
We're all on the same kingdom team, but do you find yourself looking at bigger ministries and becoming discouraged?
By Mike Boblit
Here's why cash reserves are a solid indication of good stewardship.
Priorities should reflect what we value. Jesus gave clear direction on what we should value.
Here's why kids prefer robots to teachers.
Do you know the difference between lag measures and lead measures? You might want to find out if you want to have a successful children's ministry.
By Michael Haywood
Here's how digital giving empowers member stewardship.
There are certain things you should not say to a guest in a worship service. Here are some things that you shouldn't hesitate to say.
Do you have a personal growth plan?
These symptoms will show up sooner or later. How will you get through it?
By Chris Railey
Here's how to create a healthy church using key go-to resources.
Which of these practices do you need to add to your preaching regimen?
Jesus showed prudence when selecting His disciples. Shouldn't you follow these guidelines as well?
By Alex Smith
Here's why your church needs a children's check-in solution.
And its germs are spreading in epic proportions.
I encourage pastors and ministerial leaders to attend the Future Conference next month in San Diego. It's not your typical pastors conference, and will be well worth your time and investment.
By Rodney James
Here's why pastors and churches should learn the value of the right building partner.
Today's American church is a sleeping giant. Here's why you shouldn't be afraid to let wildfire spread in your congregation, and here's how to make it happen.
Here's the most powerful platform you probably do not use effectively.
And here's why that's not a good thing.
By Tony Meggs
Here's how an organization is helping give Christians the option of directly sharing medical bills while saving money.
Regardless of the circumstances, here's why kingdom citizens continue to be blessed.
By Jason McMullen
We have more access to the Scriptures than ever before. Here's why the Modern English Version is a must-have for pastors.
The line between the two is a fine one to walk. But here's why discernment is much better in God's eyes.
Part 2 of 5. Content is king.
A toxic character trait can take a ministry down very quickly. Here's how to rid yourself of it.
By James Korsmo
Here's why you should reconsider your approach to reading.
Believe it or not, you might actually hear these words on any given Sunday.
Part 1 of 5
According to God's Word, here's all we need to do.
By Dr. Steve Greene
So, why aren't you blogging? If you are, are you getting positive feedback?
Unless the church helps our society regain the biblical worldview regarding the nature of humanity and family, our culture will continue to drift into a world so bizarre that it will make Grimm's Fairy Tales look pedestrian.
Effective change comes in small packages.
It's the thing that most women are hungry and desperate for. And you can be God's delivery person.
We were created for worship and all people need to worship. But what is the key and the direction of our worship?
By Johnny Berguson
Here's how today's breakthrough technology can help bring your services into the 21st century.