New posts hoping to empower church leaders to make a difference
I have been silent over the last several days as I have watched things unfold in this case. I just have not been able to articulate how I am feeling. On Monday, May 25, George Floyd was killed by a Minneapolis Police Officer. If you have not seen the video, the police officer held FloydContinue reading “Thoughts On Racism And The Murder Of George Floyd”
Leaders lead others, but don’t you wish that you could control those that you lead? I mean then we could get the results we want, right? Well, maybe, but we cannot control our team as leaders. In leadership, the only one that you have control over is yourself. You are in charge of you. IContinue reading “Leaders: The Most Important Person You Are To Lead is…Yourself”
Every leader is a communicator. Now, you may lead but not with a microphone, but all leaders communicate on a regular basis in different ways. In fact, sometimes the least important way that we communicate is with a microphone. Leaders communicate through meetings every day. Leaders communicate with social media every day. Leaders communicate throughContinue reading “3 Questions That Every leader Must Answer When They Communicate”
How many posts have been written about churches re-opening? Way too many! I mean my inbox has been flooded with posts with subjects like, “Thoughts on churches re-opening,” “things to consider when re-opening,” “when should you re-open.” Im overwhelmed and a bit exhausted with it. I hesitated even writing about re-opening because every blogger whoContinue reading “Another Blog Post About Churches Re-opening”
Every church needs to have first time guests visiting their church in order to grow. It’s not rocket science, right? To grow any organization, you have to get new customers to purchase your product. In churches, you get guests to grow or you don’t grow and stay the same. It’s that simple. Now, we canContinue reading “Helping First Time Guests Return To Your Church For A Second Visit”
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