By John Holm on Sep 29, 2021
Our greatest need is "internal alignment." How can we lead others if we are unsure of ourselves?
By Ron Edmondson on Jul 13, 2018
Ron Edmondson: "Leaders should energize others to realize their dreams, not stifle them."
By Brandon Cox on Jan 3, 2018
Your body’s physical maturity typically peaks in early adulthood, but your spiritual maturity will keep growing even into eternity.
By Ron Edmondson on Apr 13, 2021
I have a heart for leaders. Especially church leaders. I’d love to help others learn from my mistakes. In fact, this is a huge motivation for this blog and a lot of my ministry.
With this in mind, I want to share a few things I’ve learned over the years. I hope it proves helpful.
By Brandon Kelley on Sep 5, 2022
Every church has leaders, but not every church has leaders in the right place. If there’s a person in the wrong place in leadership, extensive damage can be done.
By Ron Edmondson on Dec 30, 2021
The way others expect you to respond often determines the way they respond to you.
By Mark Driscoll on Oct 2, 2013
ChurchLeaders.com chatted live with the pastor of Mars Hill Seattle and discovered key elements of his 50-year vision.
By Ron Edmondson on Dec 13, 2017
"I have had many mentors who have invested deeply in my life. I am who I am partly because of the intentionality of others pouring into my life. They have made me a better leader, better husband, father, friend, and person."
By Charles Stone on Jul 26, 2022
Silos occur in organizations and churches when leaders act like their ministry or team is the only one that matters. A silo attitude results in that leader or team only supporting, giving, or attending functions that pertain to them. It can kill a ministry and result in many problems. In this post, I suggest ways to minimize ministry silos.
By Carey Nieuwhof on Mar 15, 2021
So as a church leader – as views on sexuality, family, parenting, drugs, finance and other values change – how do you respond? What do you do when the world for which you trained—maybe even the world where your approach was once effective—is disappearing before your eyes?
By Lance Witt on Apr 16, 2021
Pastors listen to other pastors. We listen to other people in ministry who are down in the trenches doing the hard work of leading others.
By John Gilman Ii on Jun 11, 2018
Small groups help churches grow because they help strangers become great friends. People stay at churches where they find friends because friendship covers a multitude of sins. Small groups involve us in others’ lives and really invest us in the church. These friendships eventually turn into deep, meaningful connections that can last a lifetime.
By Carey Nieuwhof on Feb 18, 2021
As with almost everything in life, there are subtle signs your peak may be near or you may be cresting past it. Other times, the signs of death are evident to everyone but the leaders. If you recognize the signs early enough, you can reverse the trend.
By Ron Edmondson on Jul 27, 2022
"Suddenly I was feeling a stirring in my stomach. I became slightly nervous. It was a brief encounter, but I quickly realized I was being reminded of a few very painful experiences in my own leadership and life. I was recalling the emotions of betrayal."
By James O. Davis on Jun 5, 2020
In the last six years, the Global Church has witnessed more than 1.4 million new church plants with more than 250 million coming to Christ. The Church of the Lord Jesus Christ is growing faster than any other time in history.