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Do This BEFORE You Ask Your Church to Invite

Do This BEFORE You Ask Your Church to Invite

For most, the Sunday morning service is the front door to the church. It’s the first-time people will experience your church community.  It’s when people hear and sing the songs, listen to the sermon, and see others. I’m not saying this is all there is (or that it’s...

Three Templates to Create Your Leadership Development Plan

Three Templates to Create Your Leadership Development Plan

Leadership Development is a top priority, but it rarely happens.  To actually develop the leaders God has assigned to your church, you need two things: cadence and content. Our Leadership Development Plan helps you create a clear cadence while LeaderPulse gives you...

Three High Priorities for Pastors Right Now

Three High Priorities for Pastors Right Now

I'm often asked by pastors "of all the things I have to do, what is most important right now?" It’s a difficult question to answer because it could vary depending on the church. What is most important for one person may not be as important for another. But what I do...

It Pays To Play: Team Building 101

It Pays To Play: Team Building 101

Why creating space for play will move your ministry forward You set a big goal, started a new ministry, developed a new system. Whatever the mountain was that you recently climbed, it was a lot of work and you invested a lot to climb it. But you did it. Either the...

Leadership Development in Church…What’s Working Now?

Leadership Development in Church…What’s Working Now?

We hear this question from pastors all the time…  How do we develop more leaders?  It’s an important question. Because the health and growth of a church is often tied to the health and growth of leaders. If your leaders are giving generously, the people in the church...

7 Ways to Repurpose Your Weekend Sermon

7 Ways to Repurpose Your Weekend Sermon

I’m passionate about this topic because I remember all the hard work that went into writing a new sermon every week.   The average pastor spends 10 ½ hours writing, preparing, and presenting their weekend message. That’s a lot of time, research, knowledge, prayer, and...