Posts categorized into Leadership :

Sep
0

Roadblocks for Rural Pastors

There is nothing more frustrating than getting stopped and delayed by a roadblock when you are on an important journey. Time is wasted, the journey is longer, fatigue sets in, and the driver, if you’re like me, gets weary and worn. Many pastors in...

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Sep
0

The Church and the Small Town

In a day when all eyes are focused on Urban America–the cities, the diverse cultures, the high rises, the airports, the growing population–believe it or not, God is still moving in the country. In my personal journey and study of church growth over the...

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Feb
0

Progress In A Postmodern Culture

The world in which we live changes more than it stays the same. The Church, on the other hand, has a tendency to stay the same more than it changes. This pattern of be-havior, however, is nothing new. The Children of Israel modeled it...

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Sep
0

Make A Difference Anyway

We are living in a day when people obviously don’t have enough to do. This has to be the case because of all the blogs and articles people are writing trying to badger, beat up and destroy other people. If they had something worthwhile...

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Aug
0

Border Wars

I am confident that most people live far below their God-given potential. There are obviously many reasons why they do. But, I believe the biggest reason they do is because when they stand at the BORDER of the next level, they choose to back...

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Feb
0

When The Pastor’s Name Is Jack: Overcoming The Jack of All Trades Syndrome

  Every leader experiences times when the workload is heavy, help is scarce, yet the job still has to be done. The work automatically falls into the leader’s plate and he feels the weight of trying to figure out how to get it all...

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