Leadership

The Monolith in the Middle of the Room

By Jerrod Hugenot
In this day of multi-platform media habits with iPhones, tablets and other hand-helds making stationary tech (PCs, TVs, you name it) obsolete, it is inevitable that we find… read more

Prophetic and Subversive

By Hal Hamilton
When you think of youth ministry, what sort of words come to mind? I have a list. Incarnational, shepherding, privilege are three pretty close to the top. But I have some that… read more

Conversation and Good Books: The Life Bood of Ministers

By Jerrod Hugenot
Clergy often have professional societies or organizations they affiliate with for the purposes of collegiality, scholarly pursuits or opportunities to grow in pastoral skills… read more

Leading Around the Potholes: Thoughts on Stewardship Leadership

By Timothy Siburg
Recently I shared what I believe are some potholes of stewardship. Today, I would like to offer some reflection about how leadership plays a role in navigating, responding… read more

Gwyneth Paltrow and Church Growth

By Joseph Yoo
I recently read an interview with Gwyneth Paltrow that made me think about my church. “I think it's different when you have an office job, because it's routine and, you… read more

How To Turn Your Weaknesses To Your Advantage

By Len Wilson
Did you ever say you could do something and then had to figure out how to do what you’d just agreed to? Such chutzpah can be a good thing for landing a job, I suppose, and I … read more
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