There’s always something someone wants you to be doing and this causes a conflict of direction within the church. Because of this, we see church leaders making mistakes in areas that are deadly to a church.
1. Church growth: While I believe a church that is spreading the good word should grow in size, there’s also the fact some churches can only grow to a certain size.
To place a demand that a church continues to grow and reach certain attendance goals will not help the church.
Rather than focusing on numbers, focus on the spiritual growth of your congregation. This is what truly matters, not the size of the church but the impact that has been made in the lives of the men and women you teach. Read more...
I’ll be offline most of the day today celebrating the birth of Jesus Christ with family and friends. But I consider you my friends as well.
That’s why I wanted to take a brief minute to write a post to wish you a Merry Christmas.
Remember, today’s not about you or I. Christmas isn’t about the presents under the tree. Christmas isn’t about what we have (or don’t have).
Christmas is about God coming down to earth in the form of a baby.
He came as a man so that he could bear our burdens and wipe away our sins.
As you gather around the Christmas tree or the dinner table, keep your minds and hearts on the reason for this holiday. The birth of a Lord and Savior who didn’t have to come to this world but did so willingly. Read more...
Employees are your biggest customer. They may not be the ones purchasing your products, but they are the ones selling your company and they’re also the faces your paying customers see.
They can also be your biggest headache…
When you have a bad employee, a toxic one at that, things can go downhill real fast. That’s why I’m excited to share with you this infographic that shows you the 5 toxic employees you may face and how to deal with them.