Defining Your Spiritual Legacy
February 3rd, 2020
We are not going to last forever, but our legacy lives in the people we impact the most. Spiritual leaders can have confidence from God and express it to others. Your leadership affects others in the ...
Do You Pray for Other Churches?
January 30th, 2020
Praying is biblical. Praying for other churches is biblical. Yet for almost 20 years, I’ve noticed a trend of competition among pastors and churches. Does God really want His churches to be in competi...
10 Reactive Lies People Tell in the Workplace
January 16th, 2020
Lying is deceptive and evil. Jesus made it clear when he said Satan is the father of lies (John 8:44). Everyone clearly recognizes a blatant lie, but then there are the lies that come in the form of s...
Six Actions for a Better Year
January 4th, 2020
As I reflect on last year, I realized that I need to pray more. Don’t get me wrong, I pray, but I need to do it more. I pray for people, pray with people, pray over people. Still, it seems that my int...
Mastering the Art of Holiday Communication
December 13th, 2019
One of the hardest times of year to communicate well with others is at the end of the year and the beginning of the next. We find ourselves in a busy speed zone where we are moving from one thing to t...
Five Components to Discipleship
November 20th, 2019
I did not grow up in church, but at 24 years old, I found Jesus Christ. Jesus is the truth and was the truth for me. He became my focus, and as I read my Bible, I did what it said to do. Over time, I ...
Your First Week of Revitalization
November 14th, 2019
Your first week of revitalization is essential. Knowing this, you must immediately begin to think proactively and plan to build alignment for future success. You will never get this time again, so it ...
Three Engagements for North American Churches
November 7th, 2019
Today there is a growing movement towards church replanting and revitalization in North America. Some organizations are on the frontlines of this movement like Church Answers, Renovate, Revitalize Net...
10 Questions to Ask before Considering a Merge
October 29th, 2019
Has your church considered a merger? There is a growing movement towards both church revitalization and church mergers. Some churches feel as if it would be beneficial to merge with another church to ...
10 Actions to Help Your Kids Fight Depression in the Revitalization
September 18th, 2019
You don’t have to be a pastor to deploy these significant actions to fight the depression that may arise in your kids. However, you’re the new pastor on this new revitalization journey, but no one els...
6 Power-Personalities We All Deal With
September 13th, 2019
In church revitalization, power struggles are evident. Power struggles happen because of fear and threats to a territory or a throne. It can be a struggle when it comes to the existing people who are ...