A couple days ago a church leader asked me if I thought small groups were kind of “old school and over with?” He continued to suggest that small groups were now passé and wanted to know the new cutting edge innovative thing. Continue Reading

Originally published in The Pastor's Coach

A leader’s best friend is momentum. We all know that to be true. Momentum in your church is a really big deal. Once you have it you want to do everything possible to keep it going. If you lose it, you want to do everything imaginable to regain it.

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Originally published in The Pastor's Coach

A Leader’s Emotions

March 10, 2015 — 1 Comment

What emotion have you most experienced today? Was it joy, frustration, or perhaps impatience?  As a spiritual leader, you no doubt experience a number of emotions each day and yet are required to be self controlled, kind and even gentle! (Galatians 5:22-23) That’s not always easy. Continue Reading

Originally published in The Pastor's Coach

The weekend is over and you may be exhausted. The last thing you want to do on Monday morning is evaluate the worship services with a critical eye to improve. After all, in only 7 days you have to do it all over again and there is so much work to do to get ready. Continue Reading

Originally published in The Pastor's Coach