Signs Of [Digital] Revival In The Church

The church has been thrust into a digital world. What was once a luxury has become a necessity. Until now, the church treated the digital world as a luxury and now it’s a necessity. D. Jackson Price Praise the Lord for digital options during the coronavirus pandemic. I’m praying this sparks a revival. Revival is … Read more

Two Questions Every Ministry Leader Must Honestly Answer

If you have been serving in ministry for any length of time, you have already gotten a sense of the potential craziness. Boundaries can be hard to set. Tasks involving people and volunteers always have many variables. Numerous voices share their opinions. At times, it’s difficult to get a handle on what success really looks … Read more

Why Enthusiasm Is Important For Church Leaders

Enthusiasm is both a gift and a choice. Everyone is enthusiastic about something. It’s important for people to experience enthusiastic church leaders –  enthusiastic about Jesus, people, the church and ministry. Enthusiasm could be defined as a displayed feeling of enjoyment, interest, or approval about a particular subject or activity and a desire to be … Read more

Ministry Leader: Your Attitude Is Contagious

Pastors, worship leaders, and next-generation ministry leaders build the culture of attitude – positive or negative – in the leaders and the church. Your attitude is contagious. No ministry or leader is perfect and there will be tough seasons and situations. But there’s nothing wrong with trying to keep a good attitude about things. As … Read more

How To Gain Leadership Wisdom

There are no shortcuts to wisdom. It takes time. You don’t gain wisdom in leadership just because you set out to be a wise leader, but because your goals are set on helping others. It doesn’t matter what role you play – whether it’s church ministry or marketplace business – leading is about serving. There … Read more

Why Movement Is So Important For Ministry Leaders

Much of the ministry is sedentary. Preparation, study, meetings and meals are all important, but not very active parts of life. So don’t forget to move. Movement and exercise help keep a clear mind, increase energy, and ward off anxiety and depression. It’s too easy to set aside exercise when the schedule becomes full. But … Read more