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Posted: November 22, 2016 | Categories: , , , , ,

Do You Have a Leadership Pipeline to Nowhere?

“Leadership Pipeline” remains a popular buzzword in business and ministry, and for good reason.  We do need to be developing leaders at all levels of our organizations.  Active, growing, thriving organization cultivate leaders in order to fill new positions, replace leaders due to attrition and for succession planning. Churches in particular have a need for...
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Posted: September 6, 2016 | Categories: , , , ,

How Preaching Can Change Lives

Those of us who are regularly teaching and/or preaching in our churches do so to encourage life change on the part of the people who sit under our ministries. And as we are preaching or teaching life changing principles from God’s word, our desire is that these truths become a permanent part of people’s lives. But...
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Preaching

Posted: August 9, 2016 | Categories: , , , ,

10 Ways to Maximize Fall Church Attendance

Back to school, back to church. Throughout the country, churches of all sizes and denominations often experience a bump in fall church attendance. Congregations inexorably benefit from people wanting to get back into the rhythm of “normal” life after the irratic pace of summertime. Much of the fall church attendance increase is regulars being regular...
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Posted: July 27, 2016 | Categories: , , ,

5 Myths About Leadership Accountability

Churches without leadership accountability have a one-way ticket to organizational implosion. This isn’t an overstatement. It’s the truth. When pastors in leadership lack effective accountability, eventually the ministry will fail. This doesn’t always mean a moral failure. But it could mean gross mismanagement, high staff and volunteer turnover, high member attrition, or fiscal insolvency. Let’s...
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Posted: May 11, 2016 | Categories: , , , , ,

9 Reasons People Are Not Coming To Your Church

“Why aren’t more people coming to worship with my church?” To some extent, I think every pastor and servant leader in the church has asked this question at one time or another. It is natural. You want to make a greater impact. But everyone experiences a lull at some point. Sometimes they last longer than...
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