Pastors Who Want Parishioners to Change—Physician, Heal Thyself!

by Allan R. Bevere
Change is a difficult thing. One of the complaints I hear most from my pastoral colleagues is how difficult it is for their churches to embrace change; and because they refuse to… read more

Who's on Your Side?

by Joseph Yoo
In 2 Samuel 15, Absalom begins to make a play for Davidʼs throne. He stands outside of the city gates, talking to people who are bringing a complaint to the king. He validates… read more

Review: Leading the Congregation

by Patricia Farris
Roger Heuser and Norman Shawchuck have been at it together for nearly thirty years, writing, consulting, and teaching on leadership in and for the church. Their collaborative… read more

5 Strategies for Leading Change in Worship

by Len Wilson
A friend called me the other day asking for advice on first steps in a new worship position at a local church. We only spoke for a few minutes, but after hanging up, I continued… read more

A Story About Discernment: Like a Child

by Kasey Hitt
Four and a half year old Lainey stood in the front yard waving goodbye to her friends who had come over to play. From our laundry room window, I watched as she continued to wave… read more

Learning to Be Diplomatic

by FaithLink
Being “diplomatic” is an excellent trait in many interpersonal circumstances. Diplomacy often involves analyzing a situation and knowing how to act or speak in a… read more
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