This week, we continue our conversation with Chaplain Jon Smithley of the United States Air Force as he shares over 20+ years of leadership experience.
On today's podcast, we are joined by Dr. Mac Pier to discuss Movement Day.
It's important to take a step back and evaluate how effective your ministry is in the life of your church and community. On today's podcast, we are joined by Eric Burton-Krieger as he talks about evaluating the effectiveness of ministry.
Selecting the right leader will not only reduce the costs and risks of a new leader failing, but can help the organization become more competitive and effective. One way to think about context is person-organization fit in the form of value congruence, the alignment of an individual’s values and the values of the organization.
The church has been called to be a multiethnic body. On today's podcast, we sit down with Brandon Spencer to talk about what churches and church leaders can do to support diversity in their church.
How do you feel about making a budget? Most people consider it not very pleasant. Melissa Spas seeks to convince us that it is a necessary good.
Communication is important, but what does the condition of your facilities say to people visiting your church? On today's podcast, we sit down with Fred Halfpap from First UMC in Murfreesboro, TN to talk about what our facility says about your church.
On today's podcast, we are joined by Rev. Gabe Lawson to discuss his experience with committees and making mistakes.
Our team of church leaders sits down to discuss ways to motivate your staff.
Church Leader Podcast (Episode 13): Pew Religion Research Director Alan Cooperman and the Unaffiliated
On today's podcast, we welcome Pew Religion Research Director, Alan Cooperman to talk about the resources offered by the Pew Research Center.