Karl Vaters, author of Small Church Essentials joins Pastor Talk host Marty Duren to discuss some differences between leading a small church and leading a big one.
Our ministry is to work in such a way that we are guiding the church make a local and global impact with the gospel.
When people are asked to support a major change, their willingness to make it happen and their capacity to navigate the transition are strengthened by a confidence-inducing plan.
Christians today say they try to be more intentional about sharing their faith, but fewer say evangelism is the responsibility of every believer.
A local church does not benefit if her leaders are struggling financially.
Ivey encourages readers to dive into the mess with each other. The fact is, hiding our sin another evidence of a search for identity in something that is not the gospel.
Your ministry yellow light this summer might just be God calling you to himself afresh.
Most pastors and church leaders have never received formal training in relational skills.