Jesus is the good shepherd. He is the perfect model for every pastor to follow. In this article we discuss why shepherding is so important and the qualities needed to lead well.
Learn how you can grow as a leader and avoid common pitfalls. Ministry development is meant to teach, encourage, and inspire you as a church leader, for church pastors and volunteers.
Do you need more time for sermon preparation but wonder where it will come from? In this article we will discuss time-saving tips to help you get ahead in your preparation and work more efficiently.
Are you having difficulty preaching? Preaching can be hard. Whether you are just getting started or stuck in a rut, we can all use help. In this article we will talk about nine important moves you can make to preach more effectively.
What is a Ministry Sabbatical? Why should you take consider taking one? Learn about the major benefits for pastors and churches.
As scandals of abuse and abuses of power are brought to light, the question comes to mind "Do pastors really have authority over their congregations?" Is "pastoral authority" a legit thing?
Take any introductory course to preaching and I can almost guarantee that you will learn about the three functional elements of preaching. They may not be called by that title,…
Want to make a good first impression? Making a good first impression is very important. Sometimes churches can overlook vital ways to improve the experience of a first time visitor. In this article we address seven areas that are critical for making a good first impression.
Jesus calls his followers to make disciples of all nations. The discipleship process begins with sharing the good news with the lost. Unfortunately, this great commission has become the "great omission" in many churches. In this article, Dr. Carl Bradford explains three critical moves every leader must make to cultivate an evangelistic culture in your church.
How does pastoral tenure impact church health? It is not uncommon to see churches change pastoral leadership every few years and in some cases every few months. In this article, Dr. John Mann explains how pastors serving for an extended time can contribute to church health. Before you make a move in ministry, consider the impact you could have by staying at your current post.