Multicultural ministry is not easy. Eric Little explains why it is worth the work.
What can help ministers not feel lonely or isolated in their ministry contexts? Lee Stevenson shares how intentionally developing key interpersonal relationships can make or break your ability to continue to serve without burning out.
How should success be measured? Roger Brown shares that making disciples is more important than making members.
How does a Wesleyan heritage inform our thinking regarding church leadership? Church Leader Collective offers insight.
We all want good leaders and good team members, but do you know how to choose one? Lee Stevenson shares the key qualities of an ideal team player.
If I asked you who your worship leaders are, what would you say? Emily Barlow explains how worship leaders can be found in some unexpected places.
Trends are changing in the American religious sphere. David P. King shares why and how these changes matter to everyone.
Administration is all about paperwork and organization, right? Christine O'Brien shares why prayer is the most integral part.
What do you do when someone in your congregation needs emotional or psychological help you aren't equipped to provide? Misty Lawrence shares the importance of having a network of counselors to draw from.
What can Job's story teach us about being friends to those who suffer? Patricia Smith shares her take on Job and friendship during times of crisis.
A capital campaign is a tough thing to undertake! Christine O'Brien shares some helpful tips for making yours a success!
How can you empower your laypeople to serve? Kathy Rohrs shares how to equip them to lead in the ministry of the church.
Do you wonder how you might evangelize the many people who are wandering your church grounds looking for Pokémon? Samuel Ahn shares three instances of effective Pokévangelism that can give you ideas.
What does Joshua have to teach the Leaders of the modern church? Jacob Armstrong shares what the biblical Jacob has to say about courage.