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.
How do you define success? It goes without saying that those committed to Jesus Christ and his purposes in the
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While studying for my ordination a few years ago I was required to read Oswald Sanders’ classic book, Spiritual Leadership.
I’ll be in San Diego this week for the National Pastor’s Convention hosted by Zondervan. Leadership‘s assistant editor, Brandon O’Brien,
I know Eric Bryant through our participation together with the Origins Project. On his blog, Eric has been doing a
The following article was published in the Spring 2009 issue of Leadership Journal. I wrote the piece with Brandon O’Brien.