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Why Your Organizational Structure May Be Holding You Back
Like a body without bones or a building without supporting walls, an organization without a structure goes nowhere, fast.
Why the Most Effective Children's Leaders Exemplify These 6 Traits
The value and importance of children's ministry in the local church simply can't be overestimated.
Protect Your Flock From This Factitious Worship
This may be the most common mistake Christians make in regards to worship.
Your First Step to Win Disconnected Christians Back to Jesus
This step consists of three distinct facets of your spiritual walk.
Research Reveals How Your Congregation Wants You to Talk About Politics
LifeWay unpacks how the new religious liberty executive order.
3 Frustrating Inner Battles Every Leader Will Encounter
New territory is never easy, and it always comes at a price.
The Proverbs Key to Guarding Your Finances From Malicious Scammers
Be sure to cling to these two powerful lines of defense.
Is God Calling You to a David or Abraham Moment?
When the enemy sees me coming, he has been known to say, "Here comes one relentless woman!"
The Audacious, Untamed God of Church Planting
There is no exact formula in Scripture to follow regarding church planting and Kingdom expansion, only principles we can attempt to extract and apply to the best of our ability.
John Piper Answers Whether Your Congregation's Kids Should Sit in 'Big Church'
I hope there is a strong leader in your church, because weak leaders will never be able to stand up against the onslaught of criticism that is going to come if you try to do what I am going to suggest.
Discerning Between Natural and Supernatural Leadership
Perhaps we need to understand the third option.
These Specific Worship Elements Will Never Die Out in Churches Across the Globe
For some reason, we continue to worship in the same ways Christians throughout the ages have done.
5 Powerful Prayer Keys for Your Business
This model prayer Jesus gives us is just as much for a business owner as it is for anyone else.
Courage to Overcome When Trials Undermine Your Momentum
In the kingdom, the world's dramas and our circumstances are less important than our relationship with Christ.
Why Today's Marketplace Needs More Nehemiahs
Although Nehemiah was a marketplace person, a governor and a secular leader, he was no less called than Ezra, and he fulfilled a divine assignment from God for his nation.
Practical Principles for Leading Difficult People
When you allow difficult people to "get away with it," any environment can become toxic. Here's what to do instead.
Your First Step in Walking Out Your Leadership Aspirations
We love the idea of changing the world, but we fail to see that changing the world starts with this crucial step.
Healthy Relationships Require These 2 Leadership Lessons
It takes far more than love to keep a marriage alive and well.
This Loving Strategy Is Crucial in Restoring Dropout Believers
This is different than preaching the gospel to the lost.
This May Be the Cheapest Kind of Preaching
This kind of preaching is foreign to the New Testament.
Your First Step to Fix Your Terrible Credit Score
King Solomon has some advice you should weigh carefully.
Balanced Principles for Using Pop Culture to Connect People to Jesus
Here are four do's and don'ts when you use pop culture in your preaching and evangelism.
What the Wisest Man on Earth Can Teach Us About Leadership
In fact, this is the secret to all leadership success.
Keep These Real-Life Principles in Mind When Leading Change
Learn from someone who led change with grace and wisdom.
3 Leadership Revelations to Transform Your Drudgery Into Joy
The missing ingredient is the why— the compelling reason why you do what you do
11 Obvious Signs of a Personality-Driven Church—Part 2
Paul warned of leaders who would arise, drawing disciples after themselves.
Why These 4 Common Church Planning Styles Simply Don't Work
From my experience, the best planning process looks something like the following.
3 Damaging Crises Every Leader Should Know How to Overcome
Most leaders will encounter crises similar to those David faced in the desert. Thankfully, there is a solution.
Maintaining Steady Success in Uncertain Times
We have promises in this life that are unavailable to the unbelieving world.
Cleansing Your Heart of Frustration Toward Those You Lead
These people may irritate us, but God uses them to take off our rough edges and shape our character.
5 Unreasonable Requests You're Likely to Hear in Your Church
You should probably never cater to these odd requests.
This Easter Funeral Reveals What Our Culture Needs Most Right Now
This 94-year-old Christian woman's life highlighted a crucial truth to Every Nation President Steve Murrell.
14 Bible Promises for Business Negotiation
As believers in business, we are called to a higher level in our negotiations than many with whom we negotiate.
4 Practical Strategies for Wisely Stewarding Your Time
You can't get more time, but you can expand your capacity.
A 1 Samuel 30 Strategy for Rescuing Those Satan Has Kidnapped
The Hunter's strategy contains 5 elements to engage and restore the dropout.
These Toxic Banking Conveniences Open You Up to Unnecessary Risks
Few people realize the risks that come with the convenience of technology.
11 Obvious Signs of a Personality-Driven Church
I am not referring to an evil leader and or a church that is preaching a false gospel; I am merely accentuating the myopic focus some churches have on their primary leader.
Following in the Footsteps of the Excellent Communicator
God still desires to place His thoughts, His plans and His will within hearing distance of His children.
4 Distinct Qualities of a Genuinely Spirit-Led Worship Leader
Instead of focusing on worldly goals and mindsets, fixate on these principles.
What You Should Expect of Your Ministry's Website
In the 21st century, church and ministry websites should work. It's time to stop with the excuses.
Combating Your Church's Post-Easter Slump
Having done their religious duty, they're going to take the next week off. Here are four things you can do to prevent that.
You Won't Go Anywhere in Leadership Without This Crucial Element
This is where leaders often make a false assumption.
Why Every Pastor Should Consider These 3 Points When Choosing Worship Practices
We recognized the need to better equip our missionaries and church planters to think through how worship works in general and how it works in their particular context.
Key Principles and Tactics That Propel Church Turnarounds
Church turnarounds require a variety of factors. These are the crucial ones.
Why Some Evangelicals Prefer the 'Textus Receptus' Over the Critical Text
Over 5,800 extant Greek manuscripts containing fragments or books of the New Testament exist today. Here's what you need to know about them.
Fresh Ideas for Turning the Tide of Negativity in Your Church
After hearing from pastors and church leaders, I can offer five suggested paths that have proved fruitful in other churches.
3 Post-Easter Opportunities You Won't Want to Pass Up
These two post-Easter responses are very common, but it's time to move our thinking in a new direction.
Bringing Your Faith to Work With You Every Day
Why Your Calling Will Never Be 'Easy'
Jewelry-store crosses may well come on easy terms. The real ones never do.