There are any number of reasons that people choose not to lead a Missional Community. Here are the top 5.
Nehemiah, the great biblical leader, offers four key lessons in leadership for any believer looking for guidance.
Training for church planting has mainly focused on the lead pastor, and rightly so. He’s going to carry the weight of the leadership. However, every pastor leading a new ministry would love to have a well-trained and skilled worship leader ministering alongside them.
Leading a team of worship leaders across multiple campuses can be difficult. Here are 7 key ideas to remember to effectively develop your leaders.
When we try to do everything, we neglect to empower and enable others to do the great work of ministry.
In part 1, we looked at 3 ways leaders tend to sabotage themselves. In part 2, we looked at what your sheep are looking for in a leader. Now we’re going to look at practical ways you can implement this into your ministry.
In part 1 of pastoring your band, we looked at three temptations which can torpedo your ministry. Now we’re going to turn and look at what your band will be looking for from you as a leader.
No matter who or how many you lead, these 3 temptations will sabotage the path God has you on.
What is the secret to radical leadership? Find out from David Platt.
We have a lot of enthusiasts as it relates to holiness, we have a lot of enthusiasts as it relates to stewardship, we have a lot of enthusiasts as it relates to Bible knowledge and theology, but what I’ve found is that we have very few experts, very few practitioners. John O. shares why we need experts.
Tom Lin discusses why leadership isn’t sexy and the importance of suffering.
Rodolpho Carrasco discusses the value of business for Christians.
Tara Russell asks the question, “How effectively are you cultivating the life of your own soul?”
Jeff Vanderstelt explains why the gospel is good news for pastors.
Jen Hatmaker discusses being a leader worth following.
David Platt answers the question, “If I want to make discipleship more of a priority, where do I start?”
Matt Carter shares four reasons why we should be passionate about the nations.
If the Gospel doesn't motivate your people, then you can shout and scream and dance and try to motivate them and you'll never see a movement. Find out why.