Management

By Phil Cooke · May 18, 2017
The employees are the ones that make an organization work, so learning as much as we can about them is critical – and I’m often surprised at how little pastors and other leaders actually know about the personal side of their team.

Gary Zandstra · April 20, 2017
Why is it that large congregations seem to garner the majority of attention and accolades? Are small churches any less valuable to the Kingdom's efforts?

Phil Cooke · March 28, 2017
If you are serious about creativity, then you need to stop taking credit for great ideas.

By Phil Cooke · January 19, 2017
There’s plenty of books, websites, and leadership resources that talk about the importance of encouragement. As Goethe said in 1768, “Instruction does much, but encouragement everything.”

By Chris Martin · January 03, 2017
The Millennial Evangelical, Chris Martin, examines Galatians in regards to the hardships that we all bear and how to recognize and abstain from self-reliance.

Deborah Ike · December 15, 2016
Once the Christmas services are over and the decorations are put back into storage, it’s time to prepare for a new year.

By Phil Cooke · November 29, 2016
4 thoughts on becoming a game changer within your church or ministry organization.

By Phil Bowdle · November 17, 2016
A step by step communications audit process that can help you shift away from being reactive, so you can build a strategy for communicating effectively as a church. .

Mark MacDonald · November 09, 2016
Only do what you can do well. Know who and why people use the network.

Martin Sinderman · November 07, 2016
Before you pick up the phone to talk with a capital campaign specialist, it pays to do some research first.

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