Links for your weekend reading:
7 Questions Leaders Should Use Often
Here are 7 examples of questions leaders should memorize and use often.
7 Statements Every Leader Needs To Use Often
Here are 7 statements leaders should memorize and use often.
Four Hard Questions Pastors Should Continually Ask Themselves
As leaders, we must give people an example of what it looks like to grow in the grace of Jesus.
First Steps in Leading Toward Change
Ten practical steps in leading change
Sermon Disconnect: Six Questions to Assess Your Preaching
Here are six markers to help you assess the obstacles that might exist between your sermons and the culture of your congregation.
Baptism, Baptists, and Children
The age of baptizing young professing children can be a contentious issue for Baptists. It is personal for parents, delicate for pastors, and forming for believers.
7 Areas of Unbiblical Conscience Binding
Consider the 7 following areas in which you have most likely witnessed such unbiblical conscience binding.
Why I Removed Extremely Effective Pop-ups from My Website
My objection to unrequested pop-ups isn’t just practical. It’s theological: Pop-ups should not be used because pop-ups do not put others first.