Saturday, September 24, 2016

Saturday Lagniappe: "4 Church Finance Mistakes and How to Fix Them" and More

4 Church Finance Mistakes and How to Fix Them

Poorly managed church finances can hurt a pastor’s ability to shepherd church members and reach the local community. Read More

10 Ways to Quickly Derail a Meeting

A derailed meeting is a costly meeting in time, productivity, energy level, and has long-term impact on the culture. Read More

Reasons Emotional Intelligence Wins When Choosing Leaders

In recent years, more attention has been given to “emotional intelligence” (EQ) than intellect (IQ). Read More

Lay Aside the Weight of Moodiness

Living in a fallen age, in fallen bodies, in which our fallen natures vie with our regenerate natures for control, we unfortunately cannot avoid the plague of bad moods. Read More

5 Things to Do When You Feel Overwhelmed

In this day and age, feeling overwhelmed is all too common. For some, it has become a way of life. They cannot remember when they did not feel like their plates were beyond full. Read More

The hidden hours of ministry: Personal godliness

Here are six ways that unattended sin weakens our ability to serve God in public. Read More

Why the Church Can’t Replace the Family

Connecting Church and Home: How to create a grace-based partnership between the church and family. Read More

How Can The Church Thrive In A Non-Christian World?

If our churches have to be a little more uncomfortable to us insiders in order to reach even one lost soul for Christ, that’s a sacrifice we should all be willing to make. Read More

Prepare and Share - Helping You Share Your Story

Here are four (4) quick tips that will help you prepare your story and give you confidence to share it. Read More

The Endgame of Secularism

The story of the rise of secularism is the story of a stunning intellectual and moral revolution. Read More

Anglican 'Church' For Conservative Christians Launches Mission In England

Anglican 'Church' For Conservative Christians Launches Mission In England. Read More

Relentless Decline Of The US Episcopal Church Continues

The US Episcopal Church has lost nearly ten per cent of its members in just five years, latest figures show. Read More

Why The Church Has Got To Start Caring About Persecuted Christians

Surprisingly, Eddie Lyle – president of Open Doors UK and Ireland – says North Korea is not actually the most difficult country for Christians to live out their faith. He gives that title to Nigeria, where he says the Church "is facing its Gethsemane". Read More

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