People often point to too much activity as the inherent culprit of fatigue and early departure from ministry. The problem, however, transcends a busy schedule, writes Ed Stetzer.
I don’t know anyone who doesn’t struggle with how to make the most of their time at work. How do you stay on top of an overflowing inbox? Four things you thought were true about time management.
The right kind of tension is important for teams, as well as for individuals. It stretches and shapes and allows for growth. But not all tension is good. Brad Lomenick shares six things leaders must avoid that may poison their teams.
Four things John Quick learned from experience that every 20-something church leader should keep in mind when doing mission.
Many of us have some lazy tendencies when it comes to leadership. I do at times. This is as much an inward reflecting post as an outward teaching. Here are 7 examples of lazy leadership.