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Longing for Revival

Longing for Revival

    It’s important to long for revival for a few reasons: First, it has some biblical basis. The Psalmist prays, “Will you not revive us again, that your people may rejoice in you?” It’s right there: a prayer for the revival of the Jewish people and their...

How to Reach Millennials with Your Sermons

How to Reach Millennials with Your Sermons

Millennials are one of the largest demographic groups in America, yet they are one of the hardest groups for pastors to reach. Barna Group has done some interesting research into what millennials like and dislike about church. Their findings reveal some of the values...

Why Religious Leaders Need to Cultivate Self-Control and How to Do So

Why Religious Leaders Need to Cultivate Self-Control and How to Do So

The Bible describes self-control as an invaluable trait. However, it isn’t something you’re born with. It is a skill that needs to be cultivated, especially in religious leaders. But what exactly is self-control? Why is self-control so important? And how can you...

Every Church Welcome Needs These Five Elements

Every Church Welcome Needs These Five Elements

Hi, welcome to the blog. My, that’s some weather we’ve been having, isn’t it? This is unfortunately how many churches welcome people to church. It doesn’t connect with people. It doesn’t communicate value, and it’s not even that welcoming. We have to do better than...

Read this Before You Go Live on Facebook

Read this Before You Go Live on Facebook

There are now over 2.2 billion Facebook users across the world. A staggering number, and one that continues to grow year after year. If you’re doing ministry in a small town or rural setting, it may have taken a little longer for the Facebook craze to hit, but at this...

Is The One Pastor System What God Intended?

Is The One Pastor System What God Intended?

Like many of you I was saved and baptized in a church with one pastor and a deacon board. The pastor and deacons took care of most of the decisions required to keep the church functioning on a day-to-day basis. As a 15 year old boy, this system seemed to work pretty...

Four Types of Pastoral Leadership

Four Types of Pastoral Leadership

As a pastor it can seem noble and even Biblical to try to be all things to all men. The apostle Paul even said as much in his letter to the church in Corinth. “19 For though I am free from all, I have made myself a servant to all, that I might win more of them. 20 To...

FREE Resources for Churches with Chaplain Ministries

FREE Resources for Churches with Chaplain Ministries

Here are some useful resources for churches that have chaplain ministries. Free and donated resources for chaplains Please note: You will have to either contact the ministry by phone and or fill out a form in some cased cases to get free and donated materials. The...

4 Traits of a People Pleaser (And What to Do If This Describes You)

4 Traits of a People Pleaser (And What to Do If This Describes You)

Nobody wants to be a people pleaser. But could you be one without even realizing it? I was. Until I realized I was hurting others because of it and I needed to re-prioritize my life. Often those we live with and love the most get the least of us when we are trying to...

Three Ways to Recharge Your Spiritual Battery

Three Ways to Recharge Your Spiritual Battery

Do you know what it’s like to feel spiritually dry? Do you ever wonder if you’re going through the motions? Maybe you feel as if you’ve stopped moving, spiritually, altogether. We all have times when we need to be refreshed, refueled, and re-energized in our...

Longing for Revival

Longing for Revival

    It’s important to long for revival for a few reasons: First, it has some biblical basis. The Psalmist prays, “Will you not revive us again, that your people may rejoice in you?” It’s right there: a prayer for the revival of the Jewish people and their...

How to Reach Millennials with Your Sermons

How to Reach Millennials with Your Sermons

Millennials are one of the largest demographic groups in America, yet they are one of the hardest groups for pastors to reach. Barna Group has done some interesting research into what millennials like and dislike about church. Their findings reveal some of the values...

Why Religious Leaders Need to Cultivate Self-Control and How to Do So

Why Religious Leaders Need to Cultivate Self-Control and How to Do So

The Bible describes self-control as an invaluable trait. However, it isn’t something you’re born with. It is a skill that needs to be cultivated, especially in religious leaders. But what exactly is self-control? Why is self-control so important? And how can you...

Every Church Welcome Needs These Five Elements

Every Church Welcome Needs These Five Elements

Hi, welcome to the blog. My, that’s some weather we’ve been having, isn’t it? This is unfortunately how many churches welcome people to church. It doesn’t connect with people. It doesn’t communicate value, and it’s not even that welcoming. We have to do better than...

Read this Before You Go Live on Facebook

Read this Before You Go Live on Facebook

There are now over 2.2 billion Facebook users across the world. A staggering number, and one that continues to grow year after year. If you’re doing ministry in a small town or rural setting, it may have taken a little longer for the Facebook craze to hit, but at this...

Is The One Pastor System What God Intended?

Is The One Pastor System What God Intended?

Like many of you I was saved and baptized in a church with one pastor and a deacon board. The pastor and deacons took care of most of the decisions required to keep the church functioning on a day-to-day basis. As a 15 year old boy, this system seemed to work pretty...

Four Types of Pastoral Leadership

Four Types of Pastoral Leadership

As a pastor it can seem noble and even Biblical to try to be all things to all men. The apostle Paul even said as much in his letter to the church in Corinth. “19 For though I am free from all, I have made myself a servant to all, that I might win more of them. 20 To...

FREE Resources for Churches with Chaplain Ministries

FREE Resources for Churches with Chaplain Ministries

Here are some useful resources for churches that have chaplain ministries. Free and donated resources for chaplains Please note: You will have to either contact the ministry by phone and or fill out a form in some cased cases to get free and donated materials. The...

4 Traits of a People Pleaser (And What to Do If This Describes You)

4 Traits of a People Pleaser (And What to Do If This Describes You)

Nobody wants to be a people pleaser. But could you be one without even realizing it? I was. Until I realized I was hurting others because of it and I needed to re-prioritize my life. Often those we live with and love the most get the least of us when we are trying to...

Three Ways to Recharge Your Spiritual Battery

Three Ways to Recharge Your Spiritual Battery

Do you know what it’s like to feel spiritually dry? Do you ever wonder if you’re going through the motions? Maybe you feel as if you’ve stopped moving, spiritually, altogether. We all have times when we need to be refreshed, refueled, and re-energized in our...

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