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Many people have asked me about how the downturn of the economy has af- fected our full-time traveling ministry. It hasn’t. Our entire traveling ministry has increased every year for the past 8 plus years. How did you do it? you may ask. And how can I have those results?

To wrap up this series on churches and money, I recently connected with my team at The Unstuck Group to find out what they’ve observed with money mistakes. My plan was to write a “Top 10” list, but the hits kept coming. Here are 29 mistakes we’ve found churches make with

If it’s true that God will never leave us or forsake us, what are we to do with seasons where He feels far off or distant? Where is God in these times of testing and trial? Is He absent, or is he up to something we can’t see? In this

Do you ever wonder how the wheels of power turn?   How a person with millions of people looking to them for leadership manages his life, his time, and his priorities?   I had six wonderful years holding a weekly Bible study for Louisiana Governor Mike Foster and his top staff.  He didn’t

To my brothers and sisters in ministry, I appeal to you in the sight of God: Please speak plainly and clearly when it comes to homosexuality, and please do so with compassion and love. At this critical time in history, we’ve got no business dancing around these life and death issues,

Church communications is a burgeoning field. And the position of church communications director/manager/coordinator has become ubiquitous in many large churches. But it’s not just the large churches that are looking to fill this role. Mid-size and small churches are realizing the importance of having a singular person responsible for their

To wrap up this series on churches and money, I recently connected with my team at The Unstuck Group to find out what they’ve observed with money mistakes. My plan was to write a “Top 10” list, but the hits kept coming. Here are 29 mistakes we’ve found churches make with

Do you ever wonder how the wheels of power turn?   How a person with millions of people looking to them for leadership manages his life, his time, and his priorities?   I had six wonderful years holding a weekly Bible study for Louisiana Governor Mike Foster and his top staff.  He didn’t

To my brothers and sisters in ministry, I appeal to you in the sight of God: Please speak plainly and clearly when it comes to homosexuality, and please do so with compassion and love. At this critical time in history, we’ve got no business dancing around these life and death issues,

Church communications is a burgeoning field. And the position of church communications director/manager/coordinator has become ubiquitous in many large churches. But it’s not just the large churches that are looking to fill this role. Mid-size and small churches are realizing the importance of having a singular person responsible for their

I know I’m giving my age away, but I’m a child of the ’80s. Those were my teen years. I met my wife, Emily, during those years. I graduated from high school in 1987. When I think of the ’80s, I have only fond memories. You may too. The ’80s gave

It’s that time again. Millions of kids will be trooping off to their first nervous day of school. What can you do to prepare for it and make it a pleasant experience? For some, it means RELIEF!  Several months of summer break have stretched your parenting skills to the max. For others, it is

With leadership comes a great responsibility to uphold a standard of integrity regardless of the cost. All too often we see leaders compromise their lifelong forged ethics just to gain the ever fleeting reward of “momentarily getting ahead.” This lack of ethical leadership has greatly shaped the continuing devaluing of

As Christians, we often subconsciously think we aren’t supposed to have too much. We’re afraid of being associated with bad theology, or we’ve seen people abuse the idea of being blessed, so we push back from the whole concept. But does such thinking align with what the Word of God

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Shoelaces are important. They hold everything together.  When they are tight, they keep you from falling.  No one tries to walk in loose, floppy tennis shoes without good, snug laces. YOUR FINANCES HAVE “LACES.”  If they are untended, your entire life could come crashing down. With up to half of all divorces related

Following up from my last post on this… #4 - Seeking to live the “minimum payment” lifestyle I remember my first credit card…after getting it I stopped at a sporting goods store and bought a gun. (Just like all pastors should!) It was $300 and when I got the bill in the mail the next

 My friend Joe is an awesome financial advisor…and I can honestly say that the dude is smokin’ what he’s sellin’. He is very up front about the fact he made some dumb mistakes with money… SO DID I…and I wanted to share them with you. #1 - I did not place Jesus first

One of the phases of engagement The Unstuck Group has with most churches we serve is our Staffing & Structure Review. I love this process because we’re trying to align structure with vision and strategy. More importantly, though, we focus on getting the right people in the right roles. As we’ve

For the past few weeks I’ve been writing about the seasons of life everyone goes through. I introduced you to the three seasons in my first post, and then wrote about the season of learning and the season of earning. And what’s made me so excited to share with you

Many people have asked me about how the downturn of the economy has af- fected our full-time traveling ministry. It hasn’t. Our entire traveling ministry has increased every year for the past 8 plus years. How did you do it? you may ask. And how can I have those results?

If it’s true that God will never leave us or forsake us, what are we to do with seasons where He feels far off or distant? Where is God in these times of testing and trial? Is He absent, or is he up to something we can’t see? In this

Do you ever wonder how the wheels of power turn?   How a person with millions of people looking to them for leadership manages his life, his time, and his priorities?   I had six wonderful years holding a weekly Bible study for Louisiana Governor Mike Foster and his top staff.  He didn’t

With leadership comes a great responsibility to uphold a standard of integrity regardless of the cost. All too often we see leaders compromise their lifelong forged ethics just to gain the ever fleeting reward of “momentarily getting ahead.” This lack of ethical leadership has greatly shaped the continuing devaluing of

If it’s true that God will never leave us or forsake us, what are we to do with seasons where He feels far off or distant? Where is God in these times of testing and trial? Is He absent, or is he up to something we can’t see? In this

It’s that time again. Millions of kids will be trooping off to their first nervous day of school. What can you do to prepare for it and make it a pleasant experience? For some, it means RELIEF!  Several months of summer break have stretched your parenting skills to the max. For others, it is

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