By Lance Witt on Apr 21, 2022
The bullseye on the target of a great team is both health and high-performance.
By Matt Steen on Jul 8, 2020
Some behaviors are like cancer to a leadership team. Are any of them part of your team?
By Lance Witt on Nov 27, 2023
What are the makings of an exceptional team?
By Lance Witt on Sep 27, 2023
Whether you are leading a team or you are a member of a team, you must keep your eye on the bullseye of health and productivity.
By Josh Reich on Apr 24, 2022
If there is one thing pastors know well, it is the pain that can stem from a poorly run elder team.
By Glenn Packiam on Aug 20, 2023
Should I tell the team what I want them to do or should I let them create on their own?
By Larry Osborne on Jan 29, 2024
Larry Osborne explains "the Barnabas Factor" in successfully building church teams.
By Todd Brown on Mar 10, 2022
Working with hundreds of churches over the last 35 years, I have observed three common elements of successful building programs and all three are characteristics displayed by quality leaders.
By SermonCentral on Aug 16, 2021
Listen to this professor of homiletics discuss what's been left undone in most pastors' education.
By Sherman Haywood Cox on May 25, 2023
Help your listeners connect with your preaching points--and their purpose!
By Ron Geyer on May 27, 2021
Actors know that where a story is told can influence how or whether the story is heard. It's true whether your story comes from Shakespeare or Solomon.
By Joe Mckeever on Sep 11, 2022
Get out of the office, pastor, and knock on some doors. Later, you can get your people to do it. But first, you do it. Do it by yourself, if you must. Or take someone with you. Do it by appointment or cold-turkey. But do it. That is as profound a way as I know to build a great church.
By SermonCentral on Apr 18, 2021
Where are all the great small churches?
Would you know one if you saw one?
They exist. There’s no doubt about that. There are great small churches in every country, serving every ethnic group and in virtually every language. They worship in every imaginable liturgical style and they meet in every type of building – including no building at all.
By Michael Duduit on Sep 27, 2020
In a culture obsessed with activity and extremes, a little bit of boring can build character.
By Bill Couchenour on Jan 24, 2024
Relationships are more important to church growth than preaching, media or music. How are yours?