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Six Tips for Taking Center Stage
Make a smooth transition from associate to lead pastor.
WomenLeaders.com - Article
1. Hold Tight to Priorities. To do this, they are very clear about their top priorities in life and work, and won't be waylaid by the priorities and values of others.
Ministry as a Young Mom
3 ways to minister well as you adjust to a new normal
WomenLeaders.com - Article
While this may frustrate my best friend who frequently texts me and eagerly wants me to respond, it has forced me to create boundaries that reinforce my priorities when I am at home.
The Busy Pastor’s Guide to Inbox Shalom
A clear email inbox is a ministry aid. Here’s how to get (and stay) there.
And before you go to your device, have ready at least a three-item list of priorities for the day. Limiting how often you check email keeps you out of reactive mode.
People Aren't Projects
...and other lessons I learned as a rural pastor.
I was working so hard to fix the congregation and community that I was turning them into projects. My fixit spirit didn't stop with the congregation and community.
When a Minister Can't Manage
Ways for church leaders to respond.
ManagingYourChurch.com - Article
Talk first about what fuels them. They're savvy; they know management is part of the gig, but make sure they know you understand their priorities. It's
Why It's A Bad Idea To Run A Church Like A Business
Anyone can own and run a business. But Jesus owns the church. So he gets to say how it should be run.
Pivot: A Blog by Karl Vaters - Article
And when we do that, bad things happen. Our energy gets diluted, our priorities get twisted and our focus gets blurred. As pastors, we must always remember we are stewards.
Is Having It All Worth Having?
Three practices that help me focus on what matters.
WomenLeaders.com - Article
That season has passed and my kids no longer need this from me. My current priorities require a different allocation of my limited resources of time and energy.
Say Goodbye to Leadership Overload
And say hello to the right priorities
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Say Goodbye to Leadership Overload. And say hello to the right priorities. Read as Single PagePage 1 of 3. 0; tweet; email; print. Jethro suggested three new priorities.
Why Some Great Churches Never Impact Their Community
Your church has the world's greatest treasure. Don’t hide it behind layers of misdirection and insider lingo, daring people to find it.
Pivot: A Blog by Karl Vaters - Article
Your church has the world's greatest treasure. Don't hide it behind layers of misdirection and insider lingo, daring people to find it.
Pastor Education Expenses • Push Small Groups • Team Consistency: Management Roundup
Trends, tips, ideas, and stats to help church leaders manage well this week.
ManagingYourChurch.com - Article
Your calendar is all back-to-back meetings, with no time to focus on yourself or your critical priorities". ("Signs That You're Being a Pushover," by Amy Jen Su, hbr.org).
Screening Benevolence • Leading Vs. Managing • No 'Know-It-Alls': Management Roundup
Trends, tips, ideas, and stats to help church leaders manage well this week.
ManagingYourChurch.com - Article
Not having a predictable check-in schedule can lead to mistakes—that you'll have to fix later—or a decrease in productivity because people are unclear about their priorities.
Married, Spiritually Single, and Called to Lead
Managing tension between marriage and ministry
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ministry is hard. Navigating competing values and priorities, cross-gender relationships, and loneliness can be frustrating and discouraging. But if you
Reporting Ministers' Taxes • Offenders Target Churches • The Consistent Leader: Management Roundup
Trends, tips, ideas, and stats to help church leaders manage well this week.
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track of every single task. You could also break it down by short-term, long-term, and urgent tasks, or by high, medium, and low priorities. If you're a pen
Why Churches Change Their Names
Here are six reasons churches take on a new name
ManagingYourChurch.com - Article
The most common church name in the United States is “First Baptist.” When church members originally chose that name, they had two priorities to communicate.
6 Markers of Especially Welcoming Churches
Insights from a church secret shopper.
Churches that prioritize hospitality post clear and plentiful signage. Their signs use plain language, not insider jargon. People don't know what “Refuge
Is Church Growth a Solution Looking for a Problem?
The apostles addressed a broad range of church issues, but no New Testament writer ever told a church to get bigger.
Pivot: A Blog by Karl Vaters - Article
The apostles addressed a broad range of church issues, but no New Testament writer ever told a church to get bigger.
Is Giving to Churches Up or Down?
New Christianity Today survey offers much-needed perspective on giving trends
ManagingYourChurch.com - Article
This past spring, Christianity Today surveyed churches nationwide about their budget priorities. The results will be released in an executive report this summer.
Report: Slight Decline in Giving to Religion
A new study shows increase for charities, but not for religion.
ManagingYourChurch.com - Article
The downward trend identified by Giving USA appears consistent with the findings of Christianity Today's 2014 Church Budget Priorities Study, at least as far as small churches go.
How Churches Spend Their Money
ManagingYourChurch.com - Article
For more details of the results of the nationwide 2014 Church Budget Priorities Study, read the August issue of Church Finance Today and see the downloadable resource "How
Staff Compensation Consumes a Major Portion of Large Church Budgets
New finding closely mirrors Christianity Today's church budget study.
ManagingYourChurch.com - Article
This finding closely mirrors Christianity Today's 2014 Church Budget Priorities Study in which churches ranging in size from 200 to 1,000 or more gave an average of 47 percent to salary
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