Can You Really Trust Your Volunteers?

Can You Really Trust Your Volunteers?

photo by mikebaird I had a meeting recently with one of my key volunteers who is helping lead a big ministry project. I was sharing my expectations of her within the context of her volunteer job description. As I often do, I turned the conversation around. I asked her...
Warning: Burnout Ensuing

Warning: Burnout Ensuing

photo by Velo Steve It happens to the best of us. At some point, you realize that you don’t like your ministry. It’s not a long-term thought. It’s more of a fleeting and passing thought that this ministry you once loved is getting on your nerves. If nothing changes,...
Leaders Read and Readers Lead

Leaders Read and Readers Lead

I was recently listening to Michael Hyatt’s podcast, “How to Read a Non-Fiction Book.” I was really intrigued by the topic as I try to read daily a non-fiction book that will help me in my leadership. He shared two tips that were really helpful to me. The first was...
You’re Getting a New Pastor

You’re Getting a New Pastor

photo by hubertk Tis the season. For what, you ask? Many churches begin to prepare for the transition of their pastor. July 1 is the typical day when a new pastor starts in a new church. Many leaders in the church tend to get anxious during this time. Many questions...
Finish Strong

Finish Strong

photo by Martin Deutsch I enjoy watching the Olympics. Two summer Olympic sports I love to watch are swimming and any sort of running race. The best part of any race like this is watching the last lap. Immediately, the intensity of the athletes increase. You can see...

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