Leadership

Leaders in your church can take on different shapes. They can be elders, deacons, parking attendants or Sunday School teachers. How can you encourage these leaders and make sure that they are taking care of themselves—spiritually, emotionally and physically? Are they participating regularly in worship? Are they living a balanced life?

Five Insider Tips for Pastoral Success in 2020

January 17th, 2020|Comments Off on Five Insider Tips for Pastoral Success in 2020

Fletch and Jonathan Jarboe talk on five keys to make 2020 a great year for your church. In the 40 minute webinar, they will discuss 1) Staffing—how to maximize volunteers in your church, 2) [...]

Predators Who Change Your Agenda

October 16th, 2019|Comments Off on Predators Who Change Your Agenda

This video explores a different type of predator. This is a type of fraud, but not financial fraud. There are those who want to change your agenda and vision. Matt Steen and Todd Rhoades, Co-Founders [...]

A Personal Perspective on Worship Songs

August 23rd, 2019|Comments Off on A Personal Perspective on Worship Songs

I recently visited with a pastor of a large church who articulated his concern for the state of music and worship in the church. He described his view of church music as a “cutting [...]

Spiritual Development and Ministry Metrics

August 15th, 2019|Comments Off on Spiritual Development and Ministry Metrics

Spiritual growth is a process and you can help people on that path. Identify your process and key milestones to measure. Obtain and utilize the right data. Fletch and Mark DeMoss will examine this [...]

To Co-Lead or Not to Co-Lead?

June 7th, 2019|Comments Off on To Co-Lead or Not to Co-Lead?

Shared leadership at the helm of any organization, especially the ever-growing model of co-lead pastors in a church, can be a huge blessing when successful. However, it has the potential to be quite catastrophic [...]