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Churches tend to resemble their pastors, and that is especially true for new churches. The healthier the pastor, the more spiritually healthy the church will be. While sometimes a predecessor can create a toxic culture that can last for years, in many cases a church will begin to resemble the pastor after 5 years of influence.
Click here to get the full story. Want stories like this and more delivered to your inbox each week? Go here to order your next four issues for just $1! Why this story matters for church leaders: Church leaders may have more control over the spiritual health of their congregations than they think, and that can be good and bad news.
  • Influence: While leaders can’t change or influence everything in their churches, they at least have a very good reason to invest time in their own spiritual health and to model healthy practices.
  • Biblical Leadership: The Bible shows time and time again that leaders influenced the direction of the people they lead.
  • Taking Stock: Leaders need to periodically take stock of themselves and their church in order to determine the impact of their influence, and additional insight from a colleague may help as well.
Can you change one thing about your daily routine that can have an impact on your church? Find this story interesting?  It’s just one of dozens of stories great leaders are reading about this week in Ministry Briefing! All readers of my blog can get the next four issues of Ministry Briefing for just $1!
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Who doesn’t want to be a better leader, right? But it takes time to develop and learn new leadership insights. And it takes an intelligent plan. Ministry Briefing puts everything you need to develop your leadership in your hands each month. You’ll find the top 40 resources nicely summarized and fully linked so that you can drill-down on your specific areas of interest.

Lead Better.

Great leaders learn from great leaders.  Each week, our editors read hundreds of church leadership resources (the great, the not-so-great, and the ‘really’?) and pick only the best of the best to share in Ministry Briefing.  You’ll learn great concepts and ideas from really sharp minds… things that will stretch and mold you into a better leader for your local church.

Our Commitment.

We’re not in the business of selling a bloated program or complicated process that guarantees (or suggests) that we’ll make you the next Andy Stanley. We don’t claim to be the best thing since sliced bread. We simply have a passion for the church and ministry and collecting the best resources we think can help you be a better church leader, one idea at a time. Great church leaders keep up on what’s happening in the big “C” church. We make it easy to keep your head out of the sand without wasting your time. Read this week’s full edition with your no-risk trial subscription now.  
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Pastor Enoch Adeboye, pastor of Redeemed Christian Church of God, shared in a recent sermon his guidelines for marriage. Adeboye advised his members to marry within the church so that pastors can help them during difficult times, but he added that men should not marry a woman who cannot cook and who cannot pray for at least an hour.
Click here to get the full story. Want stories like this and more delivered to your inbox each week? Go here to order your next four issues for just $1! Why this story matters for church leaders: Hearing the way that a pastor undermines and limits women in another context can help us from keeping similar mistakes.
  • Control Issues? The pastor in this story encourages members of his church to only marry each other so that church leaders can help them, but is that crossing the line toward control?
  • Just Cooking? This pastor makes the mistake of placing restrictions around the role of women in a marriage. How does this view limit the particular gifts and callings of men and women?
  • What about men? Are there times when pastors focus too much on the roles of women and fail to challenge men in their marriages?
Gender roles can be a divisive topic in some churches. How do we call our members to the costs of discipleship while still honoring where they’re at with gender roles? Find this story interesting?  It’s just one of dozens of stories great leaders are reading about this week in Ministry Briefing! All readers of my blog can get the next four issues of Ministry Briefing for just $1!
logo_ministry_cSave Time. Lead Better.  Ministry Briefing finds only the top news items, cultural trends, and resources that you need to know about each week… stories that will help you save time and lead better.

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Who doesn’t want to be a better leader, right? But it takes time to develop and learn new leadership insights. And it takes an intelligent plan. Ministry Briefing puts everything you need to develop your leadership in your hands each month. You’ll find the top 40 resources nicely summarized and fully linked so that you can drill-down on your specific areas of interest.

Lead Better.

Great leaders learn from great leaders.  Each week, our editors read hundreds of church leadership resources (the great, the not-so-great, and the ‘really’?) and pick only the best of the best to share in Ministry Briefing.  You’ll learn great concepts and ideas from really sharp minds… things that will stretch and mold you into a better leader for your local church.

Our Commitment.

We’re not in the business of selling a bloated program or complicated process that guarantees (or suggests) that we’ll make you the next Andy Stanley. We don’t claim to be the best thing since sliced bread. We simply have a passion for the church and ministry and collecting the best resources we think can help you be a better church leader, one idea at a time. Great church leaders keep up on what’s happening in the big “C” church. We make it easy to keep your head out of the sand without wasting your time. Read this week’s full edition with your no-risk trial subscription now.
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There have been times during my ministry that I just wish someone would have just told me what to do. Seriously. I remember one time that I had to confront my then senior pastor on a major sin he had been hiding from everyone. I had inadvertently discovered it, and now had the burden of addressing the issue with my pastor, my boss, and my best friend. I mean… how in the world do you go about doing that? There was another time when (another pastor) was telling blatant lies about me and calling my integrity into question with people in the congregation. What a mess. I often wished there was a “church” Judge Judy… or maybe a “ministry” Dr. Laura that I could confide to and get input from. My problem was simple: everyone I knew either went to my church, was involved in another local church or my denomination, or ‘knew people that knew people’. There was no one that I could speak with confidentially. I couldn’t open up. Bottom line: I felt isolated and alone. Other times, the struggles were much more subtle. Like when I felt God was nudging me along to a new phase of ministry, but I wasn’t sure. Or when I needed some advice on how to deal with a team member or volunteer that was challenging or draining. Ministry is messy. And many times I felt pretty stinking alone. I wish I would have had someone to talk to… someone without a dog in my fight, that could speak objectively into my situation. Over the years, I’ve talked with many others that have felt the same way… neck deep in ministry with questions they need answers to or help with but didn’t really have anyone to ask. Sometimes we just feel trapped or get stuck. There is value in listening, and there is value in being heard. There is value in doing the right thing. And there is value in seeking good advice. And it’s important, in a ministry context, to speak with someone that you trust will have your best interests (and confidentiality) in mind. I’d like to serve you in that role. I’ve worked in churches. I’ve served on boards. I’ve been hired. And I’ve had to hire and fire. I’ve served in great times, and when times were literally jacked up. I’ve been on both sides of the table. To be honest, there’s not much that surprises me. If there’s one thing my 30 years in ministry has taught me, it’s that the advice of a trusted advisor is EXTREMELY valuable. It can bring clarity and restore confidence and calling. If you need someone to bounce an idea off of, help resolve a conflict, or you need to get advice on your next move, I think I can provide some extreme value to you in your ministry. Maybe you just need someone to listen to your hopes, dreams, or frustrations or act as a sounding board. I’d love to help. I’m opening up a few one-hour sessions over the next few weeks. I would feel privileged to be your trusted advisor and confidant. In fact… it would be an honor. To schedule our time, just go to http://bit.ly/ministryadvice or reach out to me with any questions via my personal email at toddrhoades@gmail.com. I’d love to help you in whatever way I can.
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Thom Rainer writes that pastors can waste a lot of time on social media, counseling that they aren’t qualified to do, and handling phone calls and meetings that can drain time and energy. He suggests minimizing meetings, handling conversations as they come up, focusing on meeting agendas, and cutting non-essential tasks or having a secretary administrative tasks.
Click here to get the full story. Want stories like this and more delivered to your inbox each week? Go here to order your next four issues for just $1! Why this story matters for church leaders: Find more time each week by cutting the stuff that doesn’t matter, planning more effectively, and removing the work outside your expertise.
  • Focus on Expertise: We all have our gifts and expertise, and leaders should focus on what only they can do or their specialties. If counseling is a time drain outside of your training, partner with a group to cover that area or empower someone else on your staff to handle it.
  • Plan Ahead: Limit your meetings, but for the meetings you keep, plan ahead with a meeting goal, a small number of agenda items, and include a small, essential team for the meeting.
  • Conserve Energy: Social media and phone calls can drain energy and emotions, so carefully manage each, limiting what you can to automation or voice mail.
How can you remove one time draining activity or practice this week? Find this story interesting?  It’s just one of dozens of stories great leaders are reading about this week in Ministry Briefing! All readers of my blog can get the next four issues of Ministry Briefing for just $1!
logo_ministry_cSave Time. Lead Better.  Ministry Briefing finds only the top news items, cultural trends, and resources that you need to know about each week… stories that will help you save time and lead better.

Save Time.

Who doesn’t want to be a better leader, right? But it takes time to develop and learn new leadership insights. And it takes an intelligent plan. Ministry Briefing puts everything you need to develop your leadership in your hands each month. You’ll find the top 40 resources nicely summarized and fully linked so that you can drill-down on your specific areas of interest.

Lead Better.

Great leaders learn from great leaders.  Each week, our editors read hundreds of church leadership resources (the great, the not-so-great, and the ‘really’?) and pick only the best of the best to share in Ministry Briefing.  You’ll learn great concepts and ideas from really sharp minds… things that will stretch and mold you into a better leader for your local church.

Our Commitment.

We’re not in the business of selling a bloated program or complicated process that guarantees (or suggests) that we’ll make you the next Andy Stanley. We don’t claim to be the best thing since sliced bread. We simply have a passion for the church and ministry and collecting the best resources we think can help you be a better church leader, one idea at a time. Great church leaders keep up on what’s happening in the big “C” church. We make it easy to keep your head out of the sand without wasting your time. Read this week’s full edition with your no-risk trial subscription now.
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Rich Reaves of LifePath Church visited the mosque next door to his church and found ways to serve his Muslim neighbors. He also organized tours of the mosque for his church so that members could learn what Islam teaches. Reaves notes that his Muslim neighbors are actually quite afraid of being attacked in America and even have a fence around the mosque as a safety measure.
Click here to get the full story. Want stories like this and more delivered to your inbox each week? Go here to order your next four issues for just $1! Why this story matters for church leaders: There are outreach opportunities all around us in our communities, and at a time when many Muslims are misunderstood, living in fear, and in need of the Gospel, service and understanding are important steps forward.
  • Reaching Muslims: The majority of Muslims in America live in fear and are misunderstood. How can your church raise awareness and understanding?
  • Who Is Close to Your Church? Reaves simply looked for a simple way to help his neighbors and ended up building relationships with the Muslims who attended the mosque next door.
  • Opportunities Abound: Muslims are eager to discuss their beliefs and their hatred of extremists, but are we giving ourselves time for that conversation to happen?
Which group in your community can you reach with the Gospel? Find this story interesting?  It’s just one of dozens of stories great leaders are reading about this week in Ministry Briefing! All readers of my blog can get the next four issues of Ministry Briefing for just $1!
logo_ministry_cSave Time. Lead Better.  Ministry Briefing finds only the top news items, cultural trends, and resources that you need to know about each week… stories that will help you save time and lead better.

Save Time.

Who doesn’t want to be a better leader, right? But it takes time to develop and learn new leadership insights. And it takes an intelligent plan. Ministry Briefing puts everything you need to develop your leadership in your hands each month. You’ll find the top 40 resources nicely summarized and fully linked so that you can drill-down on your specific areas of interest.

Lead Better.

Great leaders learn from great leaders.  Each week, our editors read hundreds of church leadership resources (the great, the not-so-great, and the ‘really’?) and pick only the best of the best to share in Ministry Briefing.  You’ll learn great concepts and ideas from really sharp minds… things that will stretch and mold you into a better leader for your local church.

Our Commitment.

We’re not in the business of selling a bloated program or complicated process that guarantees (or suggests) that we’ll make you the next Andy Stanley. We don’t claim to be the best thing since sliced bread. We simply have a passion for the church and ministry and collecting the best resources we think can help you be a better church leader, one idea at a time. Great church leaders keep up on what’s happening in the big “C” church. We make it easy to keep your head out of the sand without wasting your time. Read this week’s full edition with your no-risk trial subscription now.
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Carnival Cruise Lines is concerned about its new “Fathom” cruise ship that merges a cruise ship with social service and cultural exchange in nations such as Cuba and Dominican Republic. The cruise line has seen a lack of interest and is seeking to forge partnerships with churches and schools in order to make the Fathom ship profitable.
Click here to get the full story. Want stories like this and more delivered to your inbox each week? Go here to order your next four issues for just $1! Why this story matters for church leaders: Scholars believe that most short term mission trips can cause harm among the people they aim to serve, so a cruise ship dedicated to “voluntourism” could be very problematic.
  • Short Term Missions? Sometimes short term mission trips can take away work from local laborers and lead to attachment problems for children being served. Are there ways to mitigate this?
  • Missions or Cruise Ship? Should churches seek to partner with a luxury cruise line in order to serve others?
  • Healthy Missions: Mission trips often thrive when there are longer term relationships developed over time, could this opportunity support that or hurt that approach?
Would you take your church on a service cruise ship? Find this story interesting?  It’s just one of dozens of stories great leaders are reading about this week in Ministry Briefing! All readers of my blog can get the next four issues of Ministry Briefing for just $1!
logo_ministry_cSave Time. Lead Better.  Ministry Briefing finds only the top news items, cultural trends, and resources that you need to know about each week… stories that will help you save time and lead better.

Save Time.

Who doesn’t want to be a better leader, right? But it takes time to develop and learn new leadership insights. And it takes an intelligent plan. Ministry Briefing puts everything you need to develop your leadership in your hands each month. You’ll find the top 40 resources nicely summarized and fully linked so that you can drill-down on your specific areas of interest.

Lead Better.

Great leaders learn from great leaders.  Each week, our editors read hundreds of church leadership resources (the great, the not-so-great, and the ‘really’?) and pick only the best of the best to share in Ministry Briefing.  You’ll learn great concepts and ideas from really sharp minds… things that will stretch and mold you into a better leader for your local church.

Our Commitment.

We’re not in the business of selling a bloated program or complicated process that guarantees (or suggests) that we’ll make you the next Andy Stanley. We don’t claim to be the best thing since sliced bread. We simply have a passion for the church and ministry and collecting the best resources we think can help you be a better church leader, one idea at a time. Great church leaders keep up on what’s happening in the big “C” church. We make it easy to keep your head out of the sand without wasting your time. Read this week’s full edition with your no-risk trial subscription now.
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A new survey from PRRI found that almost have of Americans believe that Christians face discrimination in America that is equal to the inequality that other groups face. Eight in ten white evangelical Protestants held this view, rising from six in ten back in 2012. Among the supporters of Donald Trump, three-quarters agreed that Christians face discrimination in America.
Click here to get the full story. Want stories like this and more delivered to your inbox each week? Go here to order your next four issues for just $1! Why this story matters for church leaders: If American Christians enjoy significant freedoms compared to the majority of believers around world, could this issue become a distraction?
  • Trouble Is Coming: Jesus promised us trouble, so on the one hand, any kind of opposition or slander is part of what we have signed up for.
  • Freedom to Worship: What kind of message do Americans send Christians who face intense persecution in the Middle East, Africa, and Asia when we believe that we being persecuted?
  • Bigger Fish to Fry? Fears of discrimination aside, Christians may want to spend more time worrying about church attendance declines.
How do Christians balance advocating for their rights with sharing the Gospel? Find this story interesting?  It’s just one of dozens of stories great leaders are reading about this week in Ministry Briefing! All readers of my blog can get the next four issues of Ministry Briefing for just $1!
logo_ministry_cSave Time. Lead Better.  Ministry Briefing finds only the top news items, cultural trends, and resources that you need to know about each week… stories that will help you save time and lead better.

Save Time.

Who doesn’t want to be a better leader, right? But it takes time to develop and learn new leadership insights. And it takes an intelligent plan. Ministry Briefing puts everything you need to develop your leadership in your hands each month. You’ll find the top 40 resources nicely summarized and fully linked so that you can drill-down on your specific areas of interest.

Lead Better.

Great leaders learn from great leaders.  Each week, our editors read hundreds of church leadership resources (the great, the not-so-great, and the ‘really’?) and pick only the best of the best to share in Ministry Briefing.  You’ll learn great concepts and ideas from really sharp minds… things that will stretch and mold you into a better leader for your local church.

Our Commitment.

We’re not in the business of selling a bloated program or complicated process that guarantees (or suggests) that we’ll make you the next Andy Stanley. We don’t claim to be the best thing since sliced bread. We simply have a passion for the church and ministry and collecting the best resources we think can help you be a better church leader, one idea at a time. Great church leaders keep up on what’s happening in the big “C” church. We make it easy to keep your head out of the sand without wasting your time. Read this week’s full edition with your no-risk trial subscription now.  
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Although the United Methodist Church delayed a decision on gay clergy and same sex marriage at its general conference, there are many regional conferences that have adopted resolutions in opposition to the denomination’s book of discipline, which condemns practicing homosexuality. In addition, two jurisdictions will be considering 3 openly gay candidates for bishop, one of whom has been considered in the past.
Click here to get the full story. Want stories like this and more delivered to your inbox each week? Go here to order your next four issues for just $1! Why this story matters for church leaders: Gay clergy will become an increasingly divisive issue for denominations and churches. How can you prepare for this debate in your own circles?
  • Faithfulness vs. Discrimination? The two sides of the gay clergy debate will argue biblical faithfulness vs. discrimination, but is there room for a conversation beyond this divide?
  • Policies May Change: Just because your denomination has a policy on same sex marriage or gay clergy, it’s possible that groups may challenge it. How will your church navigate that possibility?
  • Gay and Celibate? Where do we draw the line for clergy who are gay and celibate? Many celibate gays report being treated as sinners despite their claims of not choosing their orientation.
This debate isn’t going away any time soon. Can we find faithful and gracious ways to move forward? Find this story interesting?  It’s just one of dozens of stories great leaders are reading about this week in Ministry Briefing! All readers of my blog can get the next four issues of Ministry Briefing for just $1!
logo_ministry_cSave Time. Lead Better.  Ministry Briefing finds only the top news items, cultural trends, and resources that you need to know about each week… stories that will help you save time and lead better.

Save Time.

Who doesn’t want to be a better leader, right? But it takes time to develop and learn new leadership insights. And it takes an intelligent plan. Ministry Briefing puts everything you need to develop your leadership in your hands each month. You’ll find the top 40 resources nicely summarized and fully linked so that you can drill-down on your specific areas of interest.

Lead Better.

Great leaders learn from great leaders.  Each week, our editors read hundreds of church leadership resources (the great, the not-so-great, and the ‘really’?) and pick only the best of the best to share in Ministry Briefing.  You’ll learn great concepts and ideas from really sharp minds… things that will stretch and mold you into a better leader for your local church.

Our Commitment.

We’re not in the business of selling a bloated program or complicated process that guarantees (or suggests) that we’ll make you the next Andy Stanley. We don’t claim to be the best thing since sliced bread. We simply have a passion for the church and ministry and collecting the best resources we think can help you be a better church leader, one idea at a time. Great church leaders keep up on what’s happening in the big “C” church. We make it easy to keep your head out of the sand without wasting your time. Read this week’s full edition with your no-risk trial subscription now.  
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Nearly 80% of the unchurched shared in a LifeWay survey that they would be open to hearing a friend talking about spirituality if it’s an important part of his/her life. Only 1 in 3 were open to being invited to church, but more than half would be likely to attend a community service or community safety event if hosted by a church.
Click here to get the full story. Want stories like this and more delivered to your inbox each week? Go here to order your next four issues for just $1!  Why this story matters for church leaders: Churches can increase the effectiveness of their outreach by paying attention to the culture trends around the unchurched.
  • Outreach Isn’t Working: Many denominational leaders have written publicly about the failure of congregations to reach out and many studies show evangelicals in particular don’t share their faith in large numbers.
  • A Conversation: The unchurched are most open to Christians sincerely sharing why their beliefs are important to them.
  • Serving Others: While invitations to church are generally unwelcome, a majority of the unchurched are open to serving alongside a church.
How can your church adapt in light of this study? Find this story interesting?  It’s just one of dozens of stories great leaders are reading about this week in Ministry Briefing! All readers of my blog can get the next four issues of Ministry Briefing for just $1!
logo_ministry_cSave Time. Lead Better.  Ministry Briefing finds only the top news items, cultural trends, and resources that you need to know about each week… stories that will help you save time and lead better.

Save Time.

Who doesn’t want to be a better leader, right? But it takes time to develop and learn new leadership insights. And it takes an intelligent plan. Ministry Briefing puts everything you need to develop your leadership in your hands each month. You’ll find the top 40 resources nicely summarized and fully linked so that you can drill-down on your specific areas of interest.

Lead Better.

Great leaders learn from great leaders.  Each week, our editors read hundreds of church leadership resources (the great, the not-so-great, and the ‘really’?) and pick only the best of the best to share in Ministry Briefing.  You’ll learn great concepts and ideas from really sharp minds… things that will stretch and mold you into a better leader for your local church.

Our Commitment.

We’re not in the business of selling a bloated program or complicated process that guarantees (or suggests) that we’ll make you the next Andy Stanley. We don’t claim to be the best thing since sliced bread. We simply have a passion for the church and ministry and collecting the best resources we think can help you be a better church leader, one idea at a time. Great church leaders keep up on what’s happening in the big “C” church. We make it easy to keep your head out of the sand without wasting your time. Read this week’s full edition with your no-risk trial subscription now.
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The population of non-hispanic white infants was finally matched by minority infants in 2013, and as of 2015, the number of minority children reached 50.2%. It’s estimated that in the coming decades America will no longer be majority white and that not no single group will be the racial majority.
Click here to get the full story. Want stories like this and more delivered to your inbox each week? Go here to order your next four issues for just $1!  Why this story matters for church leaders: The future of America will be multi-racial, but many churches remain homogeneous.
  • Which Culture “Wins”? When a church attempts to become diverse, it’s common for minorities to be asked to make significant sacrifices. How can majority cultures avoid this?
  • Which Churches Are Growing? Denominations that welcome immigrants and reach out to other ethnic groups are growing.
  • Location Matters: How does your church’s location impact the types of people who show up?
How do these ethnic trends impact your church? Find this story interesting?  It’s just one of dozens of stories great leaders are reading about this week in Ministry Briefing! All readers of my blog can get the next four issues of Ministry Briefing for just $1!
logo_ministry_cSave Time. Lead Better.  Ministry Briefing finds only the top news items, cultural trends, and resources that you need to know about each week… stories that will help you save time and lead better.

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Who doesn’t want to be a better leader, right? But it takes time to develop and learn new leadership insights. And it takes an intelligent plan. Ministry Briefing puts everything you need to develop your leadership in your hands each month. You’ll find the top 40 resources nicely summarized and fully linked so that you can drill-down on your specific areas of interest.

Lead Better.

Great leaders learn from great leaders.  Each week, our editors read hundreds of church leadership resources (the great, the not-so-great, and the ‘really’?) and pick only the best of the best to share in Ministry Briefing.  You’ll learn great concepts and ideas from really sharp minds… things that will stretch and mold you into a better leader for your local church.

Our Commitment.

We’re not in the business of selling a bloated program or complicated process that guarantees (or suggests) that we’ll make you the next Andy Stanley. We don’t claim to be the best thing since sliced bread. We simply have a passion for the church and ministry and collecting the best resources we think can help you be a better church leader, one idea at a time. Great church leaders keep up on what’s happening in the big “C” church. We make it easy to keep your head out of the sand without wasting your time. Read this week’s full edition with your no-risk trial subscription now.  
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Pastors who have incorrect expectations of their churches based on fictional, idealized churches in their minds can undermine their ministry. A fictional church may will leave you unprepared for the real problems that you’ll face, unable to address real questions, and unable to respond with grace to the challenges that you’ll face.
Click here to get the full story. Want stories like this and more delivered to your inbox each week? Go here to order your next four issues for just $1! Why this story matters to church leaders: Vision is good, but fiction can become toxic for church leaders who fail to engage the realities around them.
  • Crossing Over: When does vision cross over into fantasy for a church leader?
  • Connected or Disconnected: Are you aware of the challenges and opinions of members at your church?
  • Planning Ahead: What are the challenges coming up at your church? Are you prepared to take action and have you invested time in your congregation to the point that they’ll trust you to make good decisions?
Are you leaning toward too little vision or too much vision right now? Find this story interesting?  It’s just one of dozens of stories great leaders are reading about this week in Ministry Briefing! All readers of my blog can get the next four issues of Ministry Briefing for just $1!
logo_ministry_cSave Time. Lead Better.  Ministry Briefing finds only the top news items, cultural trends, and resources that you need to know about each week… stories that will help you save time and lead better.

Save Time.

Who doesn’t want to be a better leader, right? But it takes time to develop and learn new leadership insights. And it takes an intelligent plan. Ministry Briefing puts everything you need to develop your leadership in your hands each month. You’ll find the top 40 resources nicely summarized and fully linked so that you can drill-down on your specific areas of interest.

Lead Better.

Great leaders learn from great leaders.  Each week, our editors read hundreds of church leadership resources (the great, the not-so-great, and the ‘really’?) and pick only the best of the best to share in Ministry Briefing.  You’ll learn great concepts and ideas from really sharp minds… things that will stretch and mold you into a better leader for your local church.

Our Commitment.

We’re not in the business of selling a bloated program or complicated process that guarantees (or suggests) that we’ll make you the next Andy Stanley. We don’t claim to be the best thing since sliced bread. We simply have a passion for the church and ministry and collecting the best resources we think can help you be a better church leader, one idea at a time. Great church leaders keep up on what’s happening in the big “C” church. We make it easy to keep your head out of the sand without wasting your time. Read this week’s full edition with your no-risk trial subscription now.
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