By Leslie Holmes on Sep 23, 2019
"We are indeed pilgrims in a strange place, especially as preachers."
By Lance Witt on Mar 13, 2017
The bullseye on the target of a great team is both health and high-performance.
By John Stackhouse on Jun 3, 2019
Count up all of those hours: Is that what we really think our preachers are worth?
By Kevin Harney on May 28, 2018
If your church is struggling to invest in reaching your community and the world, ask yourself this question: Are we a church that is on fire with a passion for God?
By Sermoncentral on Jan 8, 2021
Pastoral ministry can be hazardous to our spiritual health. But it doesn’t need to be.
By Sermoncentral on Sep 21, 2019
Have you ever thought about how--and why--people should leave a church?
By Lance Witt on Mar 6, 2017
Whether you are leading a team or you are a member of a team, you must keep your eye on the bullseye of health and productivity.
By Ray Hollenbach on Dec 17, 2018
Beyond the weekly phrase, "Good word, Preacher," the spiritual lives of the people in your church provide excellent feedback regarding the effectiveness of your preaching.
By Josh Reich on Apr 19, 2017
Now, we all know that God is the one who grows a church, but often that church is healthy and growing because of the character, quality and capacity of the lead pastor and leaders.
By Alan E. Nelson on Mar 3, 2020
Alan Nelson explains the concept of spiritual intelligence and offers pastors and church leaders a chance to assess theirs.
By Chris Surber on Jan 17, 2014
"Here is a list of people who have left the church in the last few years. We would like you to call on them to see if you can win a few of them back."
By Karl Vaters on Sep 12, 2017
If we prioritized health, not as a means to growth, but as an end in itself, would we be in a greater position to represent Jesus to the world?
By Carey Nieuwhof on May 3, 2017
If you were to focus on just a handful of key principles to master in leadership, which would you focus on?
By Karl Vaters on Jan 31, 2017
If you’re pastoring a church that has or is turning around, here's some great news - and possibly your greatest challenge.
By Sermoncentral on Dec 30, 2016
I’ve noticed that for a couple thousand years now, the church has had this tendency to be quick to point out what is wrong with the church, but slow to affirm what is right.