Manuals and policies, while not fun, are important. In church contexts, it's a clear way to honor people and manage expectations.
“It takes what it takes.” – Schnase Wise words to apply to life in general. Recently, I was in turmoil to help my church keep...
How can you enter a management position with grace and wisdom? Christine O'Brien has advice for you!
Church Leader Collective has been sharing what Christian leaders are doing around the world. Here, they feature the voice of Heidi Lyda, who helped build Lyn House's outreach programs from the ground up.
Are you looking to get involved in leadership development? Church Leader Collective shares an opportunity for funding that vision.
What kind of advice would leaders in the church give you? Carolyn Moore shares some wisdom from her years in ministry.
Have you ever had your congregation ask for your help in growing and being more welcoming? Would you know what to do if they did? Miriam Seyler shares her experience in helping a church learn hospitality.
Are you serving a church that is stuck in the pews and doesn't want to do anything? Lee and Judy Stevenson share tips to help you get your people moving.
Discipleship is key. But, how do we do it? Jonathan Kinney shares a helpful perspective.
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.