Development

By George Cladis · January 16, 2018
You can attend every Exponential conference, read every church growth book, change your churchy language to a secular friendly dialect, install the latest and greatest AVL gadgetry, wear hip clothes on the platform and know the Hill Song catalogue by heart – it doesn’t matter.

Phil Cooke · January 12, 2018
In many ways, relationships are one of the most important advantages a person has in the workplace.

Mark MacDonald · December 29, 2017
Here are 3 leadership ideas -- things to consider doing differently. You may be impressed with the many benefits you’ll enjoy later.

Deborah Ike · December 22, 2017
If you haven’t considered yet how to make the New Year even better than the last, here are a few potential New Year’s Resolutions for you.

By Stephen Brewster · December 04, 2017
There are several vital keys in determining if your team is connecting with your congregation in your worship services.

By David Leuschner · October 18, 2017
Don't forget these important items to check off your list before hiring, so you can on-board a new staff member who will fit seamlessly in to your unique church culture.

By Debbie Keough · October 12, 2017
Being able to work toward nailing each area every week will bring your team closer to achieving smooth services each and every week.

Andres Caamano · October 10, 2017
One of the most common words that came up repeatedly during the workshop from each of the panelists was the element of relationships.

By Michael Edgar Myers · October 10, 2017
How does the general public or your own congregation refer to the church where you serve? Is it God’s church? Or Pastor So-and-So’s church?

By Michael Edgar Myers · October 09, 2017
A church’s Humor Quotient is as much a critical barometer of church health and has unimagined potential for missional and discipleship growth.