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11 Significant Differences Between 1 Church Of 1,000 And 10 Churches Of 100
The church has always been blessed by our differences.
Pastors and Power: Part 4
What Does It Look Like to Embody Gospel-Shaped Power?
We Do Small Church A Lot, Why Aren’t We Doing It Better?
What would happen to small churches if we changed the way we talk about them?
Power and Pastors: Part 3
Jesus schooled the world on how to understand and exert power.
The Most Successful Pastor You’ve Never Heard Of
No matter what you think success in ministry looks like, this pastor is the real deal.
Should We Rethink the 30-minute Sermon Lecture?
Our message should encompass both Scripture and our congregants questions.
Churches That Play Together Stay Together
Pastors report the congregational gains of letting loose as a body.
Power and Pastors: Part 2
Too many Christians fail to consider the propensity leaders have to abuse power.
Power and Pastors: Part 1
Recovering A Biblical Understanding of Power
Put People First: Why Many Small Church Pastors Can Spend Less Time On Sermon Prep
The smaller the church, the more discipleship is caught through relationships than it's taught through preaching.
Small Churches Are Stuck (But Not The Way You Think)
Churches on either end of the size spectrum are usually seen as fulfilling their calling. But those in the middle? Not so much.
One-on-One with Kadi Cole on ‘Developing Female Leaders’
“This book will educate and inspire you to better maximize the leadership potential of the women in your church.”
A Question Of Character: Getting Unstuck Is Not The Church’s Biggest Problem
It’s getting harder to blame small or stuck congregations for what’s wrong with the church.
The Biggest Difference Between Churches That Are Raising Young Leaders And Those That Aren't
We cannot simultaneously mourn the absence of young church leaders while belittling the way they lead.
Give Us This Day Our Daily Plan
How I’m learning to lead God’s people one basket of manna at a time.
The Danger of “Christian” Infamy
Fallen flesh doesn’t like simply being sent. We’d rather build our own tower for our own glory.
The One Change Every Small Church Pastor Needs To Make
We need to move the from doing ministry for people, to the biblical pastoral model of equipping God’s people to do ministry.
Pastoral Transition: 7 Signs It May Be The Right Time To Let Go
Watching someone else build on the foundation you’ve helped establish may be the most fulfilling part of life and ministry.
8 Non-Numerical Ways To Assess The Health Of A Church
Numbers are not the only way to measure church health and effectiveness, especially in smaller churches.
The Imposter Syndrome and Pastoral Ministry
This phenomenon affects many, and pastors may be particularly susceptible.
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