The following is an excerpt from the ACS Technologies eNews: First, let’s ask this question: What can software training do […]
Check-in: Before Every week, the kids ministry staff at Calvary United Methodist Church in Normal, Il., run over two hundred children […]
Unless you have been on a deep-woods backpacking outing for the last month, you have been hearing non-stop news coverage […]
When I do consultations with church leadership, I always explain Jim Collins’s Hedgehog concept and how it applies to churches. […]
Note: We respect the real leaders in ministry who are doing ministry day in and day out. Because of that, […]
Contribution Statement Heaven by Rhonda Howell Contributions statements are formal statements you can mail to each contributor. Using the various […]
I recently collected some ideas on how those who work for the church can support the senior pastor every day, […]
I can honestly say that our 2012 conference was one of the best yet. Some said it was the best! […]
Because funds are tight and churches run lean, every individual who works for the church has an important role. Without […]
Biblical content or cultural relevance? Just this week, my pastor said, “Aim at the center of the Biblical tension and […]
The bottom line is that cross-training now can save you much stress, time, and heartache later. Don’t wait until the star of the show takes a two-week vacation to the Bahamas.
“We’re a growing church, growing by leaps and bounds,” said Jay Knotts, Executive Pastor at True North. “As any church gets bigger, we always hear that you’ve got to get smaller at the same time.