By Joe Mckeever on Oct 23, 2018
The Psalms say we can still yield fruit in our old age. Could these be your most productive years?
By Joe Mckeever on Oct 2, 2018
Don't be afraid of repeating yourself. Repetition is the mother of learning -- and sometimes a pastor's best friend.
By Joe Mckeever on Sep 19, 2018
Sure, it seems like a no-brainer, but what if you're a "right-brained preacher"?
By Joe Mckeever on Jul 9, 2018
No gospel worker who remains aloof from the culture where he goes to minister will have much effect on it.
By Joe Mckeever on Jul 4, 2018
Joe McKeever loves praise as much as the next guy. He also knows the preaching error he is most likely to make.
By Joe Mckeever on Jun 2, 2018
Joe McKeever offers a bold list of helpful leadership lessons from his ministry journey so far.
By Joe Mckeever on Mar 22, 2018
Whether we are a critic or a lover of the church — or for some of us, both — it's important to remain balanced.
By Joe Mckeever on Mar 8, 2018
Joe McKeever dares you to consider re-preaching a topic--or even a sermon--to your congregation.
By Joe Mckeever on Feb 6, 2018
After working for years among hundreds of small congregations, Joe McKeever speaks to the subtle growth barriers that tend to go unnoticed or unaddressed in stagnant churches.
By Joe Mckeever on Feb 2, 2018
Non-growing churches are not healthy, at least in some significant ways. Joe McKeever gives his input to help revive a church that seems to have "plateaued."
By Joe Mckeever on Dec 6, 2017
The most valuable ministry thing you have done just may be the time you stopped to encourage a homeless man and bought him lunch.
By Joe Mckeever on Nov 14, 2017
"If we cannot walk by faith and believe by faith–a redundancy, of course–we will stop praying."
By Joe Mckeever on Oct 21, 2017
"A pastor’s wife’s greatest ministry is to her husband first, and her children second."
By Joe Mckeever on Sep 22, 2017
"Any pastor can tell you about it. Even when you do your best to serve God by ministering to His people, some church members are not going to forgive you. You didn’t do it their way, weren’t there when they called, didn’t jump at their bark." So how do you handle these kinds of situations?
By Joe Mckeever on Sep 7, 2017
Get out of the office, pastor, and knock on some doors. Later, you can get your people to do it. But first, you do it. Do it by yourself, if you must. Or take someone with you. Do it by appointment or cold-turkey. But do it. That is as profound a way as I know to build a great church.