It’s a whole new ballgame.
In a matter of just a few weeks, churches all around the world have a new standard for measuring ministry success.
And I’m trying not to be cynical about it.
So here’s my best shot at a non-cynical (but certainly skeptical) take on this. ...
We’re all doing church online now.
If your church is new to this, and you’re putting your church on YouTube, your YouTube URL looks something like this:
What you want is something like this:
Just about every church is live-streaming their services now.
Necessity being the mother of invention (and adaptation), we’re all doing what we have to do.
Churches with pre-existing live-stream technology are learning how to conduct their service from an empty room, while ...
Did you just find out that your home church won’t be holding public services this weekend?
If so, you’re not alone.
Your church leaders aren’t panicking. At this point, especially if your church is large, this is a responsible decision.
The current global health ...
Today is the day!
You can now buy a copy of my newest book, 100 Days To A Healthier Church!
Here’s an excerpt.
Chapter 2: What Can Be Done in 100 Days?
Turning a church from unhealthy to healthy is a daunting task.
It starts by working smarter, not harder.
Here’s an example.
So you’ve found something you care about.
You’re involved. You feel like you’re making a difference.
Then you post about it on social media. Not to brag, just because that’s what you do with causes you care about.
Most of the responses are positive and uplifting, ...
There are very few pastors who would say that bigger churches are inherently better than smaller churches. But most pastors believe it would be better if their church got bigger.
Not only do most pastors want their churches to get bigger, they believe it’s worth an extraordinary ...
We’re all trying to understand the most essential elements of our existence.
Life, love, faith, family, church... and toilet paper rolls (under or over?)
No one has it all figured out.
This is why teachers need to start from an attitude of humility. Especially if we’re ...
One of the first steps to figuring out what you do well is to find out what you don’t do well and cross it off your list.
That’s how I ended up being the “go-to small church guy”.
No matter how hard I tried, how much I learned, how often I prayed, or how ...
Never underestimate the possibility that someone will misunderstand what you’re saying.
That’s always been one of my guiding principles whenever I speak or write. And it’s becoming more important every day for anyone who wants to communicate accurately, clearly ...