The first question someone asks me when they hear I’m a Church Planter is always, “How many people go to your church on Sunday?” To which I usually reply, “I don’t know; I never
When I was first training for ministry in the early 1990s, it was common for pastors to switch churches every few years. Most veteran pastors had served three, five, even ten churches in the
Have you ever been told your worship life should look more like your participation at a sporting event - more passion, more engagement, more joy? And have you ever felt at a loss as
In today’s Christian culture, leadership has become a highly studied and thoroughly debated topic. More than ever, it seems, church leaders are turning to worldly ideologies and philosophies to determine strategies and define success.
I was recently introduced to a cultural term-Tall Poppy Syndrome-which was new to me but which expresses a phenomenon I have repeatedly observed. It is a term that expresses a cultural notion, prevalent in