Tag: Ministry

Favorite Memories of 2020 in Pictures

Starting a new year and I have been reviewing some of my photos that I have taken over the past year. While it has been a difficult year for everyone, I have intentionally focused on the good things that have happened and the memories… Continue Reading “Favorite Memories of 2020 in Pictures”

Finding Joy in the Work of Ministry During Difficult Times

Finding Joy in the midst of difficult circumstances can be hard, even in ministry. How do you maintain your joy in spite of the circumstances? By looking at what God is doing inside and outside the church we can maintain a new perspective on the trials we face.

Why Your Church Needs a Health Check Up!

It is always during uncertain times that the foundations of the church are tested to see whether or not they stand. These foundations are often determined by what we believe, what we do, and how we respond to a world around us. it is important for the church to biblically evaluate the health of the church in order for it to be effective and in alignment with God‘s will in fulfilling it’s mission.

Quote of the Day~

…it is easier to be angry and pithy than to be Christlike and on mission. Such outraged approaches are self-destructive. Some of them are even contrary to what God calls us to as leaders of his church. We need to be constructive, offering Christians… Continue Reading “Quote of the Day~”

The Results of Right Pursuit

In our pursuit of happiness, are we pursuing the right things?

Our Responsibility to the Next Generation Leader

“When a movement develops around a dominant personality,” wrote J. Oswald Sanders, “the real test of the quality of his leadership is the manner in which that work survives the crisis of his removal.… If he is to discharge his trust fully he will… Continue Reading “Our Responsibility to the Next Generation Leader”

Top Ten Reasons Pastors/Leaders Experience Difficulty in Transitions

Every leader feels the need at one time or another for a tranistion to take place in their organization.  Whether it is a church or a business, each of them require the leader to factor in the human dynamics that accompany this kind of… Continue Reading “Top Ten Reasons Pastors/Leaders Experience Difficulty in Transitions”

3 Nonnegotiable Traits of a Leader

Leaders must possess many traits that will assist them in their leadership position.  But if you were to narrow them down to three specific traits that are nonnegotiable for a leader to be defined as a success, they would be: Competency: Defined as having the… Continue Reading “3 Nonnegotiable Traits of a Leader”

One Minute Devotional–2.28.12

“Therefore do not throw away your confidence, which has a great reward.  For you have need of endurance, so that when you have done the will of God you may receive what is promised.” Hebrews 10:35–36 (ESV) This is an incredible promise to the… Continue Reading “One Minute Devotional–2.28.12”

Leadership: Being True To Who You Are

We must learn common leadership principles, but power is released as we become true to our God-given personalities–Harold Myra Every leader is a unique individual! I know that is not a ground breaking statement, but it is a necessary principle that each leader needs… Continue Reading “Leadership: Being True To Who You Are”