This topic was hotter than I expected.
I asked pastors and other church staff about the amount of time taken for vacations each year. Most of the responses came from pastors, and many of those pastors were pretty intense about it.
They spoke of their dire need
If your church is not changing, it’s not growing. I heard someone once say, “Don’t be afraid of change. You might lose something good, but you’ll gain something better.” However, bringing change in a church is often difficult. One of the greatest leaders of all
Organizations that change, grow. Organizations that won’t change, won’t grow.
That’s because growth is change. By its very definition, growth takes place when things change, and only when things change.
Different organizations need to change in different ways. It could be about strategy, structure, personnel, or culture. But
by Rev. Samuel Rodriguez
“This little light of mine, I’m gonna let it shine.”
For many, those lyrics and the tune that accompanies them form one of the first songs that we learn as children. And although it is a song we teach to our children,
I recently shared how pruning is the most common biblical practice that I see businesses practice but stuck churches tend to avoid. Today, I want to share a few more of those practices:
Seeking Counsel… And Paying for It
“Plans go wrong for lack of advice; many
didn’t grow up attending church regularly. I did attend a neighborhood church on Easter and Christmas if my parents took me. But it seemed like something you did for the holidays.
It wasn’t until I was 18 years old and invited by a friend that church
Are you living in expectancy for this upcoming year? In this episode, John and Lisa share the visions God has placed on their hearts for the year and also empower us to live with anticipation and hope in 2018.