How can you increase generosity? This is a question church leaders across the globe are wrestling with. They want their ministry to grow. They want giving to increase. They want to successfully fund capital campaigns. But they’re not quite sure where to start. Unfortunately, this often leads churches to neglect intentionally building generosity.
Within the church, money mistakes are common. Here is a list of 29 mistakes my team has observed to help you avoid financial difficulty.
Do you feel like your church has hit a growth barrier? Shifting the way you approach leadership and methods can provide a boost to your church’s growth.
The televangelist scandals of the ’80s scared the church away from talking about church giving. But it’s not the ’80s anymore… Here are some specific next steps for you to consider.
If your church has a website, that means you’re ahead of the game, right? Not necessarily. Chances are that your site probably needs to be updated and here are five places that need the most attention.
Ministry is all about people reaching people and disciples making disciples. Because of that, It should be no surprise that the largest financial investment most churches make is on people, specifically the church staff. Let me do my best to address some of the common questions we receive on this topic.
Is your church all talk and no action? Most teams don’t experience a lack of inspiring meetings. Perhaps it’s time to buckle down and start following through on your plans. In this episode, I address some of the challenges churches face when executing plans and provide practical next steps for making decisions and taking action.
I’ve seen it happen over and over: a leadership team creates a strong strategic plan and commits to working it. But, they get stuck when it comes to directing their resources to effectively fund the plan.
As a leader, have you ever struggled with a decision? Making decisions is crucial to leading. And that often includes making decisions without clarity. So how do you make great decisions in cloudy conditions?
Does your team spend more time talking about ideas than doing them? Instead of chasing rabbits, maybe it’s time to start doing what you say you are going to do. In this episode of The Leadership Unstuck Podcast, I discuss why many church teams struggle with follow-through and provide tools and next steps for making ideas happen.