I came across an interesting post from INC.com entitled What Your Team Really Hates About Your Leadership Style. I was intrigued by the topic so I read through the article and have been chewing on this for the past few days.
Prayer is too often overlooked as a critical component for starting new churches.
Today marks the completion of my first month of blogging in 2012. In order to help readers identify those posts that are most noteworthy this month, I am listing the posts that have received the most page views so far. (Of course those written earlier in the month have had more opportunity to be viewed, but that’s not always the case!)
Many church planters won’t ask for help. I think there are a combination of reasons why they don’t. Try these on…
Unfortunately, seminary didn’t prepare me for the task of developing and leading leaders.
Often times, people see the HOPE that a Christian has and are drawn to know the source of that HOPE! Peter encourages followers of Jesus: “Always be prepared to give an answer to everyone who asks you to give the reason for the hope that you have.”
“The church, in its very essence, is a missionary / missional movement with a mandate to take the good news of Jesus to the world.” (p 30).
Every church planter needs a coach!
Being a missionary in America is about submission to the King. Christians do not have a mission of their own. As kingdom citizens, every believer’s mission is the same.
An important aspect of Missional Christianity is Embracing the Gospel