If you’re bored, it isn’t because you don’t have a position. It’s usually because you’ve forgotten the assignment already given – to go and make disciples.
Eliminate friction!! That’s the goal most of us have when it comes to leading a team, or a church, or a company. But what if friction… Read More »Every Church Staff Team Needs a Little Bit of Friction
At Grace Hills, one of the most important things we ever talk about is our Code – our Core Values. We talk about these values… Read More »10 Core Values of a Stellar Church Staff
In the Jason Bourne series, the assassins (who are the central characters) are referred to by their controlling agency merely as “assets.” They are tools.… Read More »5 Truths About Empowering People to Change the World
One of the challenges of church planting is staying lean. I became a Pastor under a programmatic mindset – offer enough things and more people… Read More »Two Conditions for Starting a New Ministry
Some churches view the staff as hired workers. If that is the case in your church, respect your leaders and don’t blame any rebellious attitudes… Read More »3 Ministries of Every Church Staff Member
The position has been filled. We aren’t hiring a Worship Leader. We’re offering an opportunity to a pioneer. I recently wrote a story about why… Read More »Who Will Be Our Worship Leader at Grace Hills Church?
Last weekend, I had the privilege of traveling across part of Texas with two associates, David Chrzan (Chief of Staff at Saddleback) and Dave Alford who is doing some preparation work for some big things to come related to church planting. I’m going to take a few days and blog some of the highlights – with whom we met and what we learned.