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Problems are guaranteed in life—some problems need to be solved, some problems need to be managed, and ultimately all problems need to be given to God. One of the hardest leadership tasks we can tackle is deciding whether something is a problem to solve or a tension to manage. Some challenges we face in life and ministry are just the reality of the world.
Every children’s pastor needs to learn how to master the art of “calendaring.” Prioritizing the scope and sequence of your work is the only way to become an effective leader. It doesn’t matter how rich or poor your ministry budget is; everyone gets the same number of hours in a week. What you do with your time will determine how successful your ministry is.
Transitioning from one church to the next is a crucial time for you and your family. Although the season of change may not be easy, it can be blessed. Casey Gibbons and her husband Scotty went through ministry transition after 21 years of pastoral ministry in one of the nation’s largest AG churches. In her article, Casey offers five keys to leading your family through a ministry transition.
Kidmin leaders must learn how to have difficult conversations, how to speak the truth in love to each other. This is a critical part of the body of Christ growing together in maturity. Brent Colby addresses this awkward time in ministry that many leaders hope to elude.
If you work (or have worked) on a multiple member staff at a local church, you know that it is not always easy to maintain unity and cohesion among the team. Much of the reason for that are some of these common mistakes made by church staff members. Browse the list and give yourself a check-up…