Visuals and Preaching
Specific advice and resources for using visual images in your preaching.
Guest: David Schmitt
Preaching to an Unknown Audience
Practical advice for connecting with unknown audience members, especially your digital listeners.
Take Two Steps toward Revitalizing
Consider these two ways to evaluate the health of your church and help your church grow stronger.
Guest: Thom Rainer
When it comes to the mentioning the pandemic, how much is too much? Explore ways to find a balance between avoiding it and overdoing it for your listeners.
Cooperation among Local Churches
Together we're better! Listen for great ideas in making the most of your time, energy, and other resources.
Guest: Matthew Schultz
Marriage and the Stress of Ministry
Listen in as Pastor and Mrs. Schultz share helpful practices for managing stress together.
Guest: Matthew & Kristin Schultz
Online Church Communication
Moving online during COVID-19 means informal conversations need to be more intentional. Listen for practical helps.
The Basics of Online Church
Our guest shares practical advice for implementing or continuing online worship.
Implementing coaching to grow disciples like Jesus did.
Guest: David Smith
Coaching: Investing in People
What difference can coaching make for your staff and your congregation?
Learning to Coach
Our guest shares key understanding and resources for learning to coach.
Coaching to Develop Leaders
See coaching as a change agent for leaders.
The conversation defines coaching and sets it apart from mentoring.
7 C's of Leadership, 7: Consent
Part 7 in the series of 7 C's of Leadership
Guest: Dave Iannacone
7 C's of Leadership, 1: Communication
Part 1 in the series of 7 C's of Leadership
A Recovery Church
A look into how one church helps pastors and missionaries to heal
Guest: John Richardson.
Building Congregational Confidence
Does your congregation need a confidence boost or a shot of energy? Get ideas for re-establishing the role God has for your church and community.
Community Engagement - Where To Start
Far from another "program," Community Engagement is a way to bring Christ's Church into the conversation at the intersection of the community's needs and your congregation's passion.
Try Being a 5-Year-Old Pastor
One of the most difficult things to understand is the motivation people have to do what they're doing. A small, but deceptively powerful, question can unlock the answer nearly every time.
Invest in Your Strengths
Investing more resources seems like a reasonable solution to turn around a declining situation, but is it? Sometimes the church has entered into a new season and needs to reassess strengths to refocus ministry efforts. Practical examples lead you through this thought-provoking topic.