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More than ever, church leaders need encouragement and direction as they lead their congregations toward growth. Here you will find hundreds of blog articles that will inspire and challenge you as you build your ministry.


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Five Ways To Grow Your Congregation

You have probably seen articles with titles like this before. Every leader has a few good thoughts about increasing the attendance of their church on […]

The Value Of Listening

Edgar Watson Howe once Joked, “No Man would listen to you talk if he didn’t know it was his turn next.” Unfortunately, this describes the […]

Topical Preaching

A topical message is a sermon when a passage of scripture is used to support a single topic. You should be able to state what […]

Using Icebreakers In Your Church

What are Icebreakers? As the name implies, an icebreaker session is designed to “break the ice” at an event or meeting. It is a technique […]

What’s The Holdup?

What’s the holdup?  Here’s a line you can use while waiting at the local gas station, but never at the local bank.  Not too long […]

Addicted To Anger?

Anyone can become angry.  That is easy.  But to be angry with the right person, to the right degree, at the right time, for the […]

Check up From the Neck up

“Let this mind be in you, which was also in Christ Jesus:” (Philippians 2:5) Five truths of attitudes: Truth #1:  Our attitude determines how we […]

A Leader's Example

I remember as a young person, admiring the Pastors and Ministers of our movement. In my mind they were (and are) equal to the Apostles. I […]

God's Spoken Word

As a youngster in the church I recall a phrase that my parents and grandparents used to say on occasion. The phrase was, “God’s spoken […]

Your Life and Ministry Is A Balancing Act

Balance in life does not come naturally.  For many of us, our lives are lived in extremes.  Incredible things happen when ministry and life are […]

Bi-Vocational Ministry and Your Family

If you are in bi-vocational ministry and have a family then your family is also in bi-vocational ministry. The pressures you feel they feel also. […]

Your Best Investment

26 ago I began a career as an investment advisor. After spending weeks studying for the state and federal securities exams, I began a very […]

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