What is your intent in ministry? Is it to build a ministry so large that it makes you and/or your abilities shine? Or is to because you love people? I strongly encourage us to focus on the latter. Continue reading Strategy vs. Authenticity
If I were to ask you what the vision of your Church is, would you be able to repeat it? Many people confuse the vision and the mission when trying to do so… Continue reading why vision?
Churches can have the tendency of becoming so top-heavy with programs that people can get lost in the haze of Church busyness… Continue reading people over program
Millennials are often seen as one of the most difficult generations to engage with due to a variety of reasons; some older generations put it down to ‘selfishness’ and ‘self-entitlement’ where as others blame the older generations as the parents of this age group… Continue reading The millennial mystery
Criticism isn’t fun. It can leave us feeling deflated, discouraged and even questioning our worth or calling as a leader. I can count several leaders who have checked out of ministry permanently due to criticism aimed towards them. But as a leader, it’s important that we develop our emotional intelligence so that we can face whatever criticism comes our way. Continue reading Responding to criticism