Some people say, “It cannot be done.” Others say, “There’s no way it can be done.” Still, more say, “It’s just impossible.” The true leaders say, “We just haven’t figured out how to do it yet.” ++If you’re reading by email or news reader, click here to view the video.++ I can’t tell you how much this video encouraged me. How many times have people tried to convince us the church can’t do what it…..
How can leaders tell if they’re only frustrated because things aren’t working out their way? Easy. They’re content when things aren’t going their way, but are working out. Stay blessed…john
I don’t think I had ever paid attention to this hymn before, When the Church of Jesus. You know, it’s in the back of the hymnal–one of those newer ones. Actually, it’s under the heading of “Called to God’s Mission.” If you pay attention, you’ll see what a convicting truth that is. When the Church of Jesus Shuts its outer door, Lest the roar of traffic Drown the voice of prayer: May our prayers, Lord,…..
Recently, I was asked to help build engagement around an existing Facebook page. If you don’t know, one of the first stats to look at when it comes to evaluating a Facebook page is the number of page LIKEs. The page I was asked to contribute to had approximately 345–a very modest number. My first goal was to reach 400 by the end of the weekend. It didn’t happen. In fact, the page barely got to…..
I try not to oversimplify complicated situations. It’s typically a disingenuous and lazy thing to do. So, to clarify, this post is a bit of an oversimplification of my perspective on church ministry. But it happens to work for me this time. Forgive my inconsistency. Understand that tweet , and you understand part of what makes this pastor (me) tick. You could easily push back on the simplicity of his tweet–pleasing an entire congregation can…..