For 2017, approximately 110 new posts were posted on timpriceblog.com. We crossed the line of 1,000 total posts this year. The blog is divided into four sections centered around ministry leaders and the local church: Pastors, Worship, Students and Kids. Additionally, I occasionally like to share information on parenting, jokes, and other things I’m learning.
Here are a few highlights from 2017:
Ten Practical Ways To Take Your Ministry To The Next Level
Is Your Church In A Fixed Mindset or a Growth Mindset?
How To Share A Vision For Your Ministry
Why Enthusiasm Is Important For Church Leaders
How “Lead Measures” Can Help Every Pastor
Seven Ways Effective Pastors Motivate
How To Set Your Worship Ministry Team Up For Success Each Week
Seven Ways To Watch For New Worship Leaders
A Solid Worship-Plus Experience (Helping Unchurched Connect)
Ten Things The Worship Team Should Do Before The Service
Young Ministry Leaders: Don’t Wait To Give Your Best Effort
Raise Up Worship Leaders (With These Two Simple Concepts)
Worship Leader Confidence: How Do We Get It?
About Men In Student Ministry Leadership
Equip Your Student Ministry Team Leaders This Year
Seven Tips For Student Ministry Volunteers
Youth Ministry May Be Hard, But It’s Not Difficult
Four Tips For The Overwhelmed Youth Worker
The Real Power of Ministry Programs
Eight Ways To Effectively Reach “Church Kids”
Are You Raising Family-Centered Or Child-Centered Kids?
7 Tips For Helping Children Memorize Scripture
Seven Ways To Deal With Sporadic Children’s Ministry Attendance
Effective Church Staff Leaders Appreciate Their Volunteers (Here Are 15 Ideas)
These Parenting Proverbs Help Raise Disciplined Children
Five Tips For Purposefully Parenting Your Middle Schooler
One Key For A Joyful Home: Warm Farewells and Greetings
Home and Ministry are Friends not Enemies
12 Things You Need To Know About Your Words
A Better Word For The Rat Race
Four Excuses That Could Keep Us Spiritually Immature
Courtesy Costs Nothing But Can Change Everything
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Each year I post a list of 20 books I’ve read and a little something I learned from each one. Take a look at the list for 2017 here!