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7 Questions Every Church Needs to Answer

Church Vison

Many churches are little more than social clubs. As a  result, they are completely ineffective in reaching their communities.

No new church starts with the goal of being irrelevant, but over time, churches often lose track of their very reason for existence.

But this irrelevance and ineffectiveness can be reversed when a church invests the time and energy to answer a few key questions, and then creates a vision plan to act on the answers. (Stay with me, Theologues. This exercise is helpful for us also)

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My 2015 Coaching Cohort

Over the last 15 years, I have coached hundreds of leaders toward personal and organizational success. Though I get dozens of coaching requests each month, I am simply unable to say yes to all. For quite a while I have

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Three Things Every Lead Pastor Must Do

Every lead pastor, regardless of church size, should be devoted to three key priorities weekly. Beyond being committed to mission, relationships, prayer, personal character etc., these three priorities are essential for a lead pastor. These priorities apply to pastors who lead

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What you Should do for 4 hours EVERY Week

Every leader, without exception, should be investing a minimum of 4 hours weekly working ON the organization rather than IN the organization. If your organization is going to move forward, you must spend time away from people, working on the

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How to Coach your Church Staff Team Toward Success

Whether you have 1, 5 or 50 staff members, being proactive in leading your staff is essential. In a previous post, I unpacked 7 reasons that every person on your staff team should write an annual plan. Following up, I

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