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Cothern explains how he revised his expectations for the leaders at his church. Instead of asking them to be competent in many areas, the church adopted a "Each member doing one ministry well" philosophy.
Spending personal time with invidual leaders is time-consuming, but Roy C. Price explains why it's time well spent for any pastor.
Fred Smith examines the personal dynamic involved in the training of leaders and offers five ways to measure success.
Larry Osborne reveals what he's learned about equipping board members for their leadership roles, including why it's a church's responsibility to take this task seriously.
Every church has attenders who would be willing to serve, but they will remain passive until they're invited to get involved. A more concerted effort to identify these leaders is the key to unlocking their potential.