Saturday, May 13, 2017

Saturday Lagniappe: "How To Handle An Ineffective Church Staff Member" and More

How To Handle An Ineffective Church Staff Member

One of the greatest joys in ministry is working with a great staff. But if there are challenging staff situations, it can also be one of the biggest frustrations in church leadership. Why do church leaders tend to hold on to people who are ineffective or even harmful to the church? What does it do to the team and mission? What should we need to do about it? Read More

7 Markers of a Great Leader

There are some characteristics which set a great leader apart from mediocre leaders. Markers, if you will. Great leaders are multidimensional. While continuing to improve, great leaders have achieved certain characteristics which help them achieve success. If you see these qualities combined, you’ve probably found an amazing leader. Read More

Why First-Born Children Are Better Leaders

The short answer: They have a lot of practice bossing around their younger siblings. Read More

Nine Lessons for Pastors Facing Leadership Conflict

Looking back, here are nine lessons I took away from our church’s experience of conflict. Read More

How to Talk to Your Pastor - or Not - on the Way to the Service

We’ve all been there in one way or the other. As church members, we need to tell the pastor something – and the only time we see him is as he makes his way to the service. Or, as a pastor, we’ve been the recipients of those conversations. We don’t want to appear rude, but nor is our focus on conversations. Here are some ways to talk with your pastor during that time.... Read More

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