By Eric Mckiddie on Jun 24, 2017
How you get your sermon started matters. It can be the difference between someone being on the edge of their seat or slumped in their seat. Here are ten common mistakes that make for a less than optimal introduction to your sermon.
By Eric Mckiddie on Dec 28, 2016
How you get your sermon started matters. While there is lots of room for error in the body of your sermon, there is little room for error in your introduction.
By Eric Mckiddie on Jul 27, 2016
“Self-starter” is an identity that up-and-coming leaders seek. It means that you take initiative and responsibility without being asked or coerced. You see a problem and you jump on it. No one ever has to tell you what to do. You put on your Nikes and just do it.
But there can be a dark side to self-starters, which is when their interest in beginning new projects and their disinterest in finishing projects are equal.
By Eric Mckiddie on Apr 13, 2016
Every church is attracting someone, do you know who you’re attracting and why? I suspect that most churches (in the US at least), fall into one of four categories.
By Eric Mckiddie on Feb 23, 2016
Technology affects how pastors shepherd their churches. But these ways to show you care never go out of style.