So you’re the leader.
You made a decision.
And the results weren’t what you expected.
What do you do?
Leadership is challenging. Recently I had a conversation with a ministry leader who’s walking out a very difficult season in ministry. As she is making critical decisions for her team she wrestles with the idea that her decisions might not be right.…Continue
Your initial steps into the world of Multi-Site church can be intimidating. It isn’t a lack of willingness to make it happen. It’s simply knowing where to begin.
Launching your first Multi-Site location, in its simplicity, is replicating what you currently do at another location. And though the endeavour is simple, the process to get there is incredibly complex. Particulary for kids ministry.
There are a lot…
Recently our church hosted an annual Marriage & Parent Summit. Here is a great question that emerged from a parent in the trenches:
“I want to encourage my children, but don’t believe everyone gets a trophy.
What do I do?”
I believe this question hits on…Continue
Sometimes I get to do fun stuff like blog in other places. Here’s a space I blog in every once in a while.
Leadsmall.org is a site specifically for people that work with kids from preschool all the way to high school.
There are some incredibly savvy authors on this site. I read and learn all the time. You can too……Continue
How much attention to give to your kids is a challenge common to most parents. Wouldn’t it be great if we had a dashboard for each kid? On the dashboard is an array of “dummy” indicators that tell you how full their “love tank” is, if their truth-indicator has a leak, or when they need a little fine tuning.
But alas… this doesn’t exist. We find we must rely more on our parental intuition to determine the needs of our kids that lie beneath the surface. And…Continue