One Small Change that could really affect your Leadership
My oldest son plays high school basketball, so I spend a lot of time at basketball games listening to coaches yell at players. I..
What Should We Do With Our Older People?
Now that I am well into my 40’s, I constantly notice how youthful society seems. Those of you in your 50’s, 60’s and 70’s..
Six Principles for People in Authority at Work
This is a guest post by Dr. Bart Barrett, a friend and physician in private practice in Huntington Beach, CA. You can read his..
Why Youth Pastors are Endangered (And How You Can Find One)
Twenty years ago the on-ramp to vocational ministry was youth ministry. Today it is difficult to even find a good youth pastor...
How to Coach your Church Staff Team Toward Success
Whether you have 1, 5 or 50 staff members, being proactive in leading your staff is essential. In a previous post, I unpacked 7..
How to Move from Bad Cop to Good Cop as a Leader
One of the primary issues that leaders face is managing well the people or teams that they oversee. Lead Pastors often wrestle..
Why Each Person on Your Staff Should Create an Annual Plan
Leading and managing staff is one of the most challenging parts of being a church leader. Whether you have 1, 5, or 50 staff..
How to Lead and Develop your Church Staff
Caring for existing customers is widely seen as a better investment than finding new ones in the business world. (It costs 6–7..
The Second Staff Person a Church should Hire
Adding a second paid person to a church staff is a momentous occasion. You have grown! You can afford to hire someone! But who..