Why Your Pastor Might Be Ready to Quit

Every year, many pastors burn out and quit. Why is that such a common reality? Discover ten things that might be discouraging your pastor, and how to help him address it.

Pastoral Reflection on 2020

As I look back over 2020, I’m more overwhelmed at what God did than what we endured. Yes, this year had its fair share of challenges, but it didn’t hinder God’s work.

Only You Decide What Is Essential

Our culture has debated what is essential and what is not since the emergence of COVID. In reality, no one determines what is essential other than yourself. What have your actions revealed?

Leading Your Church Through the Rest of 2020

2020 has been challenging, but we still have a ways to go. Instead of losing a critical opportunity by pacing through another intermediate stage as a church, what if you created a strategy for the next three months of which your entire church could get behind?

Think Church Rebuild – Not Church Restart

All church leaders have been imagining what it will be like when we restart and everything returns to normal. That isn’t happening. We need to think about a church rebuild – not a church restart.

The Looming Decision for COVID Education

I have talked with so many parents who are concerned with the unknown situation regarding their children’s education during these anxious times we live in due to the COVID-19 pandemic. We are now in July, and most parents are holding their breath awaiting an imminent decision with serious implications.

My COVID-19 Test Results

When I heard they were testing for the COVID-19 antibodies at the Blood Connection, my curiosity was killing me. You see, I thought I had “the Rona” back in February. I was shocked by the results.

The Ministry Equivalent of Ford Making Ventilators

When the COVID-19 hit, much of our economy came to a screeching halt. While some industries have prospered, most have struggled. Due to the uncertainty of the coming months, Ford did something unexpected: they started making ventilators. When Henry Ford started the company back in 1903, he wasn’t anticipating an assembly line churning out ventilators, yet that is the reality