Twenty years ago, when I was engaged to my future wife, a counselor told me, “The key to a successful
Do church leaders really love us, or do they want to use us? Plus, the gap between what’s preached and what’s heard.
Not everyone leaving the church is leaving the faith, and they’re not all leaving for the same reasons.
Too many churches & pastors crash because they’ve valued efficiency at the expense of redundancy.
On Wednesday (09/09/09), Leadership Network and Catalyst hosted an online event called “The Nines.” It featured 9 hours of 9
[kml_flashembed movie=”http://www.youtube.com/v/GeLLpFUuQrs” width=”425″ height=”350″ wmode=”transparent” /] Read more about ministry legitimacy and “The Daisy Cutter Doctrine” here.
I’m in Atlanta this week for the Catalyst Conference. The blog I manage for Leadership journal, Out of Ur, is
Today I’m at Northwestern University to speak at the “Leadership for a Religiously Diverse World” conference hosted by the Interfaith
Mike Foster thinks we should stop calling ourselves “Pastor.” In a tweet last summer he wrote: “If I don’t make