Archives for February 2015

The Best Way for Leaders to Delegate

Every authority on leadership recognizes the importance of delegating. We are not omnipotent, omnipresent, omniscient, or omni-temporal. In other words, we can’t do everything, be everywhere, know all the answers, or work all the time. Since we aren’t born with ten arms, we need help getting things done. God is the only one in the […]

Be What You Want to See in Your Church

From Jared Wilson in The Pastor’s Justification: Applying the Work of Christ in Your Life and Ministry (p. 47): “God forbids pastoral domineering but commands instead ‘being examples to the flock’ (1 Pet. 5:3). Therefore, pastor, whatever you are, your church will eventually become. If you are a loudmouth boaster, your church will gradually become known for […]

5 Benefits of a Well-Structured Small Group Ministry

Where a sphere of ministry is primarily focused on relationships, that ministry tends to have an organic emphasis. So, in regard to small groups, it’s not so much a matter whether the ministry will be organic, but how much structure will the leader of the ministry provide. It’s a matter of how intentional the landscaping […]