Jacob is the senior pastor at a church in Phoenix that averages about 140 in attendance. This includes about 110 adults and 30 kids. The church’s’ worship auditorium seats about 125. The growth isn’t explosive but has been solid at about 8-9% a year. However, it has started to decline in the past two years to 5-7% growth. They need a vision infusion and it’s time to go to two services, but Jacob is having difficulty making the decision. Continue Reading…

A good place to start is a set of working definitions for good leaders and great leaders. Let me offer one assumption, that both good leaders and great leaders are Godly individuals with integrity of character. With that stated . . . Continue Reading…

When it comes to people’s money, things get personal fast. It often revolves around two facts: first, they don’t perceive they have enough, and second, they need more! Continue Reading…

Losing a staff member for any reason can be hard on you as a leader. It’s a difficult process. After all, your church staff is in some ways like family! Continue Reading…