Ministers need sincere encouragement, too.
How to decide whether a board is functioning well
The first step toward more effective use of your time is not making a new schedule but analyzing your old one.
Why pastors run out of hours—and what to do about it.
Time management for church leaders
Valuable strategy that can help prevent needless scars. Third in a series of three.
It's an invisible sin, and one of the most destructive. In a brutally honest account, one man tells of his descent into lust and his painful escape. First in a series of three.
An Interview with Charles Swindoll
When making a living feels like dying, how can a pastor help?
Keeping healthy perspective.
Keeping one eye on the first-place team is a perfectly human—and perilous—thing to do.
A conversation with Donald V. Seibert
How one pastor helps couples ward off second-time failure.
Many of us never discover our full potential until we're squeezed in the vise of necessity.
Implications of a Leadership survey
Saying no at the right times frees us to say yes to God's calling.
The secret of any organization's success is choosing the right people.
Preaching is the most visible aspect of ministry—and the most easily misused.