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Balancing Ministry and Family

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.


Circumstances Are Not Your Master

Circumstances may be tempting you to save money by not investing in a leadership growth plan during this season. I want to encourage you that your personal leadership growth and development effect everything concerning your ministry.



Starting Well

Leaving something and starting something are two different things. They both have their hurts and their joys, but you must approach them differently.


Leaving Well

Here are five things I found that helped me leave well.


Pursuing the Next Generation Part Two

We only have a short window of time to pursue the next generation. To best pursue them, we must first understand them, and then be willing to rethink our methods, but never our mission.