How can pastors lead their church during times of transition while creating a healthy culture and reaching the community with the Gospel? How do pastors and church leaders maintain a healthy balance during seasons of change? We believe that you can learn best on how to thrive in transition, by hearing from Sam Rainer. All this on the Thriving in Ministry podcast. On today’s episode we are talking with Sam Rainer, Pastor of West Bradenton Baptist Church. Sam helps lead Church Answers and Rainer Publishing as well as co-hosting the EST.Church and Rainer on Leadership podcasts.
How can your preaching increase its impact during a time of crisis? During any time of uncertainty, pastors must preach off of a solid foundation. On today’s episode, Kyle Willis and Dace Clifton discuss how pastors and church leaders can make the best out of a bad situation.
How will your church reopen? Many churches are beginning to formulate their plans for reopening. Your church will never get a second chance to make that first impression.
How is your family? Pastors and church leaders are learning how to operate in a changing enviroment. Learn hour your family can thrive in this unusual time.
Are you dreaming of building a new church facility? On this episode of the Thriving in Ministry podcast, Kyle Willis and Dace Clifton speak with Rodney James about what to consider before you build. Rodney is the President of Master's Plan Church Design and Construction and a pastor of over 20 years. We talk about due diligence, counting the costs, and the timing of financing and fundraising.
Serving Christ in a local church is a special calling. The decisions you make, the causes you champion, and the life you live all have an impact on the ministry. We are all leaving some type of legacy. What type of legacy are you leaving behind? In this article, Pastor Chris Ortego reflects on the type of legacy he endeavors to leave in a well-established church.
There are many pitfalls on the path to good leadership. In this post we will discuss common hazards of Christian leadership. Knowing these hazards will better prepare you to lead well in your ministry.
What does frustration in life have to do with our theology? In this article, we'll take a look at how God can work deeply in us through the trials of life, unchanging circumstances and difficult people.