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Four Questions to Ask When Complacency Calls
With all the politicking, protesting, and terrorizing, it’s tempting to give up the fight.
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shadows of comfort so alluring. These four questions help with self-assessment. Am I Embracing the Loveliness of Lament? When the news is filled with
Overlooked: When Women Are Passed Over for Leadership
Research suggests a reason for this phenomenon beyond the glass ceiling.
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In a recent article for the Harvard Business Review, Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic, CEO of Hogan Assessment Systems and professor of business psychology, looks beyond the familiar
8 Characteristics of a Great Podcast (Plus Some Church Leadership Podcasts I Like)
If you're a podcaster, here's one listener's blunt assessment of what works and what doesn’t. This is the stuff your friends won't tell you.
Pivot: A Blog by Karl Vaters - Article
If you're a podcaster, here's one listener's blunt assessment of what works and what doesn't. This is the stuff your friends won't tell you. Church Leadership
Jesus And Crowds – An Unhappy Marriage
Jesus didn’t turn the crowds away when they found him. But he sometimes made himself hard to find.
Pivot: A Blog by Karl Vaters - Article
Jesus didn't turn the crowds away when they found him. But he sometimes made himself hard to find.
SCOTUS Religious Liberty Ruling • Abuse Cover-Up • Church Vandalism: News Roundup
This week’s headlines that affect churches and church leaders.
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Vandalism,” WLTX). If your church needs help stepping up its security, use the assessment and how-to articles in this downloadable resource. We're
The Top 3 Reasons Church Growth Ideas Usually Fail In Smaller Churches
We're often told that small churches are failing at church growth. But sometimes church growth ideas are failing in smaller churches.
Pivot: A Blog by Karl Vaters - Article
50 years. A renewed emphasis on outreach, accurate assessment tools, and an openness to try new methods are just a few of the positives. But every
5 Mistakes More Likely To Be Made By Big Churches Than Small Churches
Consider this a friendly view from the outside looking in.
Pivot: A Blog by Karl Vaters - Article
congregations need to be aware of. They were: Holding On To Stale Traditions; Poor, Or Nonexistent Planning; Not Enough Assessment Or Evaluation;
Why Was I So Hard On That Church I Visited?
Impacting our community for Jesus takes more than having a great worship service and solid, biblical teaching.
Pivot: A Blog by Karl Vaters - Article
Impacting our community for Jesus takes more than having a great worship service and solid, biblical teaching.
Embracing Church Unity And Variety (Change The Seasoning, Keep The Chicken)
So many church arguments aren’t about the meat. They’re about the seasoning we add to it.
Pivot: A Blog by Karl Vaters - Article
So many church arguments aren't about the meat. They're about the seasoning we add to it.
5 Mistakes More Likely To Be Made By Small Churches Than Big Churches
Different sizes of churches serve different functions. And they face different challenges.
Pivot: A Blog by Karl Vaters - Article
meetings. Certainly, getting the planning team in the room for regular times of prayer, strategizing and assessment is a very valuable part of the process.
Front-Load the Value: Creating a Better Experience for First-Time Church Guests
Is your church service putting your worst foot forward instead of your best? Here's a simple way to reverse that.
Pivot: A Blog by Karl Vaters - Article
No, a 7-10 minute window isn't enough time for people to make a fair assessment. But it is reality. A Mistake We May not Know We're Making. Despite
When Pastors Pray, Part 1
God called me to minister to desperate ministers
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He asked me to conduct a needs assessment and a survey to really delve into the mental health needs of these leaders and finally to establish a counseling program specifically for
Please Stop Saying ‘It’s Just the Way I Am’ to Excuse Mediocrity In Ministry
If anything hinders our ability to do what God has called us to do, we don’t have the option to let it slide.
Pivot: A Blog by Karl Vaters - Article
If anything hinders our ability to do what God has called us to do, we don't have the option to let it slide.
Deal-Breakers: 7 Ways God May Tell a Pastor to Leave a Church
Long-term pastorates are almost always good for the church and the pastor. But when these things happen, it's time to go.
Pivot: A Blog by Karl Vaters - Article
Long-term pastorates are almost always good for the church and the pastor. But when these things happen, it's time to go.
The Right Way to Do Church?
Let's stop looking for a one-size-fits-all way to do church. And stop insisting on it for others.
Pivot: A Blog by Karl Vaters - Article
Let's stop looking for a one-size-fits-all way to do church. And stop insisting on it for others.
How to Be an Innovator Without Being an Imitator
Innovative leadership should constantly drive us to communicate eternal truths in fresh, new ways.
Pivot: A Blog by Karl Vaters - Article
Innovative leadership should constantly drive us to communicate eternal truths in fresh, new ways.
Does Jesus Want Every Church to Be a Big Church?
Let’s stop arguing about which church size is best, and start seeing what’s best about each size.
Pivot: A Blog by Karl Vaters - Article
Let's stop arguing about which church size is best, and start seeing what's best about each size.
3 Assumptions & 5 Realities About Why So Many Churches are Small
Even with the arrival of megachurches, small churches are the primary way people choose to worship Jesus.
Pivot: A Blog by Karl Vaters - Article
Even with the arrival of megachurches, small churches are the primary way people choose to worship Jesus.
5+ Churchy Things I'm Thankful For – Even If I Don't Like Them
It's important to distinguish between personal preferences and moral absolutes if we hope to maintain our integrity.
Pivot: A Blog by Karl Vaters - Article
It's important to distinguish between personal preferences and moral absolutes if we hope to maintain our integrity.
How Often Should a Church's Leadership Meetings Be Held?
Church leadership meetings should happen as often as needed, but never more often than necessary.
Pivot: A Blog by Karl Vaters - Article
But if you do a post-event assessment, a half-year “start thinking about ideas” meeting, then a “let's get this going” meeting at three to four months out, it ends up being quarterly.
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