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What’s the Church Leader Collective?

Pastors often feel ill equipped for the administrative responsibilities of church leadership. The Church Leader Collective authors are committed to sharing successes, mistakes, and failures to the end of becoming more effective in our individual roles.

Distinctively, the Church Leader Collective employs the expertise not only of clergy but also of lay church leaders. We have discovered that these men and women often have more training and experience in administration, finance, and HR than we do.

Who’s it for?

Pastors, executive directors, academics, consultants, and lay leaders

Recent Articles

Rest is security in God’s finished work and being marked by Divine expectation and engagement.

Mission needs to be widened to include the unity and empowerment of the Spirit and the ordering will of the Father in addition to the incarnational love of the Son.

Perhaps we leaders are the ones in which God is molding, changing, and forming through the ones in whom we serve.

This week, we sat down with Phil Jamieson from the United Methodist Foundation about planned giving and working with a foundation.

The stereotypical, unruly, gets-on-the-senior-pastor’s-nerves youth pastor can and should go away.

"Out of the rock will come your provision." I was in my first semester at Seminary, sitting in my dorm room, reading in Exodus...

Whether you are home or away this advent season, in a time of abundance or sufficiency, may you take comfort knowing that God came near.

Before becoming a sent people, the first step is to get to know the God who sends.

This week, we continue our conversation with Thad Austin about the importance of giving and how we can maximize giving in our churches.

Let’s pray for our hearts to be alive, our needs to be met, our churches to grow, our communities to be reached and definitely for the lost to be saved.

There are three key factors when making decisions about how you want to capture your church service: 1) Lighting 2) Camera 3) Sound.

There are some stories that never get old; stories we like to hear over and over. My daughter asks to hear her favorite bedtime...

This week, we sat down with Thad Austin to talk about the importance of giving and how we can maximize giving in our churches.

A mentor’s willingness to lead, share, and trust in ministry enables powerful disciple-making.