Leaders: Your attitude is a difference maker

I am convinced that those that we lead need our attitude way more than they need our education, knowledge, or ability. Attitude is not a personality trait, it is a decision that we make every single day. Regardless of your position, you can affect the climate of your team with the attitude that you bringContinue reading “Leaders: Your attitude is a difference maker”

5 Things This Pandemic Has Taught Church Leaders

I write this in my home office as I just got off a call with our staff evaluating the plan to possibly reopen when the time comes. We aren’t sure when we will re-Open, but we are drafting up a plan so that we will be ready when the time comes. It got me thinkingContinue reading “5 Things This Pandemic Has Taught Church Leaders”

3 Things Every Volunteer Wants Answered

So you want to attract and engage more volunteers? Of course you do, who wouldn’t? We all want volunteers, but so many leaders struggle with recruiting, keeping, and leading volunteers. Why? Here are a few reasons that I have seen: Unclear expectations Overwork No team chemistry Lack of purpose Unclear on ramps We all wantContinue reading “3 Things Every Volunteer Wants Answered”

3 Steps To Breaking The Growth Barriers In Your Church

Every pastor that I have ever spoke with wants to grow their church. If they didn’t, they probably shouldn’t be the pastor at the church. Growth is something that everyone wants, but not everyone experiences. Now, growth in church is always a touchy subject. Here is what I am not saying in this post: IContinue reading “3 Steps To Breaking The Growth Barriers In Your Church”