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
The voice of one is better than the voice of many.
As America faces an intensely divisive season, it's crucial you know how to unify your community.
Every year, more than 25,000 churches host VBS and more than 3 million people experience it. Here are four reasons so many people participate in VBS every year.
By Brian Jones
Here are three ways to take your preaching skills to the next level of excellence.
Sadly, many never find a deeper connection as kids that created in them a desire to continually go deeper with God as adults.
Transfiguration was followed by transformation.
We need to realize that when God calls us "to" something, He also calls us "away" from something.
By Allen White
How to get your church's small groups past the 30 percent hurdle.
Don't let fear sabotage the plan God has for you.
Here is how to overcome a desire to quit.
If you're a novice church planter or aspire to be a church planter, this course is for you.
By Christine D. Johnson
Dr. Rice Broocks helps the church build a culture of evangelism and engage unbelievers.
The destiny of many people and our eternal rewards depend upon this.
Here are five resources a drifting leader wastes.
Millennial leaders in the body of Christ espouse a few different ideals.
Providence is God's guidance and protection in our lives. Do we as ministers believe it with the same level of conviction that we teach it?
You might stumble a bit, but the good outweighs the bad.
Do we seek the Lord or do we seek to win?
God isn't just alongside you for this journey called life; He's leading the front lines.
We simply don't have a clue as to what He has been doing.
KGEB programmers from around the globe shared their congratulations and appreciation for the station.
Peace comes in the center of God's will.
This might be a good time to do some self-reflection.
Take some time today to learn about college and university students near your church.
To those faithful pastors who are always there, and without fanfare, we salute you.
God's grace is sufficient.
It only requires this one characteristic.
When you're a leader who is leading leaders, there are some specific truths that apply.
The Lord doesn't call individuals to the ministry so they can burn out, get sick or lose their families.
Influence mirrors the character of a team.
How does your church treat its guests? What comments have you received?
Don't let anyone tell you that full-time ministry can only be found within the confines of a church building.
It is necessary to practice this in order to see this beautiful thing called church actually work.
Leaders must not allow their vision to become clouded.
As citizens of the kingdom, we have sure promises that will not fail.
How we treat the preacher, God takes personally.
How many times will you say no today?
You won't hear pastors express these often, but they are very real.
These are indeed biggies.
Are you striving to possess these characteristics?
Insecure leaders change with the wind.
What if you knew 25 ways you could help your worship leader succeed?
Does your church use Twitter in these ways? Is there another use for Twitter that you've found beneficial to your church?
Women have been given the God-ordained opportunity of creating a rich and lively atmosphere in the home, in the church, in the halls of education and in the marketplace.
Progress doesn't move in circles.
Managing God's blessing God's way is one of our highest callings as leaders.
It is crucial for believers to understand the difference in characteristics between the two.
There are also many blessings that come with it.
Change is needed, even when it isn't.
Some of this data is really alarming.
Women in ministry, let these verses be directed to you.