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Created on Monday, 01 September 2014 / Technology
Tags: Pastor, Phil Cooke, tablet, iPad, Android, speaking notes, technology, podiums, pulpits, classrooms, speakers, eye contact, audience, inept, practice, rotation, font size
I love technology and I applaud speakers, preachers, teachers and others who use an iPad or other tablet for your speaking notes. But as much I want people to know you're savvy with technology, here's ... [ +++ ]
Created on Thursday, 28 August 2014 / Administration
Tags: Brian Dodd, practices, effective, churches, worship experience, contemporary, traditional, biblical community, next generation, balance, outreach, global efforts
The following is another installment from my friends at MAG Bookkeeping. If your church needs bookkeeping or virtual assistance, there is no one I recommend more. You can contact this wonderful organization ... [ +++ ]
Created on Friday, 08 August 2014 / Culture
Tags: Christianity, Bible, culture, Believers, doctrines, practices, church, Scripture, Evangelicals, American Dream, corporate vision, destiny, stewardship, individual prosperity
It has been evident to numerous biblical scholars that often (if not most of the time) believers (including preachers) interpret the Bible through the lens of their culture. This has resulted in many beliefs, ... [ +++ ]
Created on Wednesday, 09 July 2014 / Personal Character
Tags: Greg Atkinson, super hero, leader, boundaries, life, time, career, health, marriage, excellence, obedience, pastor, unhealthy practice, late nights
I know what you're thinking. What's wrong with excellence and trying my best at leadership? Nothing. We should strive to lead with excellence. What I'm referring to is going to an extreme where we try ... [ +++ ]
Created on Wednesday, 25 June 2014 / Ministry Leadership
Tags: Dan Reiland, leader, good, great, healthy relationships, budget, salvations, exceed expectations, great faith, spiritual, Jesus, create, productive, investments, practice, fierce focus, push, back ...
A good place to start is a set of working definitions for good leaders and great leaders. Let me offer one assumption, that both good leaders and great leaders are Godly individuals with integrity of character. ... [ +++ ]
Created on Thursday, 24 April 2014 / Discipleship
Tags: Scott Attebery, discipleship, model, teaching, experience, observation, lecture, practice, mentor, teachable moments, opportunities, fertile
I overanalyze things. So, when my son told me the other day that nap time at school is “badder” than recess, I laughed –for a second. That is, until my mind raced 20 years into the future as Bryce is interviewing ... [ +++ ]
Created on Friday, 04 April 2014 / Church Growth
Tags: Brian K. Dodd, practices, growing churches, services, multi-site, attendance, budget, church health, Rick Warren, excellence, mission, vision, core values, unproductive ministries
I have been involved in a number of conversations lately about church growth. What should growth look like? How does it look different for various sizes of churches? Should you add services or go ... [ +++ ]
Created on Tuesday, 01 April 2014 / Relationships
Tags: Ron Edmondson, Gospel of John, recruiting practices, Jesus, style, principles, success, transitional people, influencers, team, challenge, budget
Chapter 1 of the Gospel of John shares helpful insight into the leadership of Jesus. I’ve written previously about Jesus’ leadership style here and here. In John 1, I see three more principles. When Jesus ... [ +++ ]
Created on Tuesday, 11 March 2014 / Family Life
Tags: Andrew Lisa, family ministry, professionals, Bible, home, children, true faith, learned, practiced, supplemental, separate, literature, media, support groups, retreats, accountability
Although the physical act of going to church is a central tenet of the faith, true faith is rooted in the Christian household. For people of faith, family ministry is crucial to maintaining a true understanding ... [ +++ ]
Created on Thursday, 16 January 2014 / Ethics
Tags: Bob Russell, discipline, practiced, church, credibility
Church discipline may be the most neglected teaching in the church today. It’s seldom practiced. No one likes to confront a person who is living in sin. I’ve never heard of a church leader who loves being ... [ +++ ]
Created on Wednesday, 08 January 2014 / Administration
Tags: Will Mancini, pastors.com, annual report, corporation, practice, shareholders, details, investors, leverage, communication tool, vision, refocus, stories, gratitude, God
You’ve heard of annual reports, but have you thought of creating one for your church? The point, of course, is not to imitate a common corporate practice but to leverage every opportunity to cast vision. ... [ +++ ]
Created on Tuesday, 05 November 2013 / Administration
Tags: Practices, Churches, sustained success, worship styles, community, next generation, World Series, St. Louis Cardinals, John Mozeliak, Sports Illustrated, The Cardinal Way, change, avoid complacency, ...
During my 20s, two nationally recognized churches resided in my hometown within just five miles of each other. Because of a demand for new worship styles, a changing community and their inability and refusal ... [ +++ ]
Created on Wednesday, 09 October 2013 / Preaching
Tags: Ron Phillips, minister, A River Runs Through It, grace, cost, gift, practice, preparation, sin, death, Cross, eternity
The movie A River Runs Through It is narrated by Norman, one of the main characters. He makes this statement about his father, a minister: “My father was very sure about certain matters pertaining to ... [ +++ ]
Created on Thursday, 15 August 2013 / Prayer
Tags: Dan Reiland, prayer, results, leader, maturity, practice, partners, 12Stone, heaven and hell, communications, Holy Spirit, team
The longer I run the race of ministry, the more I realize it is prayer that keeps me going and produces results that last. It's not uncommon that as a young leader, I “ran” more than prayed. As I’ve matured, ... [ +++ ]
Created on Tuesday, 18 June 2013 / Pastoring
Tags: Kim Martinez, bi-vocational, pastors, practice, presence, thankfulness, praise, breathing, pause, encouragement
When do you pray? Brother Lawrence taught us to “practice the presence.” Maybe you are like me, and you realize that standing at a monastery sink all day would give you plenty of time to talk to God. It ... [ +++ ]
Created on Monday, 13 May 2013 / Counseling
Tags: Hal Seed, difference, mentor, Dallas Willard, practice, personal time, leadership, wisdom, Jesus, hero, coach
... we learned at the conference. Between registration, transportation, food and lodging, we spend about $1,000 per conference. Nowadays, instead of attending conferences, I spend less than $200 to get the ... [ +++ ]
Created on Wednesday, 10 October 2012 / Columns
Tags: Joyce Meyer, Steve Strang, Practices, Preaches, Benevolence
After 37 years of covering most of the world’s major ministries, I believe Joyce Meyer’s is one of the best. We were honored to have Joyce as the guest editor for Ministry Today’s September/October ... [ +++ ]
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