Don’t judge a church by its size. Find out why a large army of small churches could be the sleeping giant that strategically infiltrates the world. read more
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How much of your life is spent spewing opinions versus developing or thinking about great ideas? Here’s how to tell the concepts apart. read more
Here are seven ways to get your team’s creative juices flowing and to spark their enthusiasm. read more
As much as churches would like to focus on all ministries, it sometimes isn’t possible. Pastor Artie Davis suggests what to do for church growth. read more
What is the one thing that holds most leaders (and the organizations they lead) back?
It's simple: the unwillingness to make a really hard decision.
Most leaders know the decisions that need to be made, the hard conversations that need to be had, the programs that need to be done away with or the people who need to be replaced. They simply lack the courage to do it. read more
My wife loves to put together jigsaw puzzles. I’m not patient enough to always help, but I do try as much as I can stand it. A couple of Sundays we were on the back porch and I was watching Georgie put a puzzle together.
Here are three lessons the church can learn:
1. You have to look at the big picture first. She always starts with the box in front of her. When she can see the big picture, she can then start to put the pieces together. In the church world, always start with the big picture. The Great Commission and the vision God has given your church should be the backbone of everything. read more