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There are no more challenging tasks for the church than pastoral succession and key staff selection. Church leaders would rarely underestimate the imp...

Pastoral Succession, Staff Selection, and Church Culture

June 22, 2018

Creating a Highly Relational Culture of Ongoing Strategic Planning and Execution

March 17, 2018

Church boards are often burdens, burrs, barriers, and other B-words that are the bane of the pastor’s existence. But is it reality to think that they...

Changing your Church Board from a Burden to a Blessing

March 1, 2018

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June 22, 2018

There are no more challenging tasks for the church than pastoral succession and key staff selection. Church leaders would rarely underestimate the importance of these decisions, but it’s difficult to fully understand the critical dynamics behind them. And the most cruc...

March 17, 2018

A strategy is most simply “what we do.” So we all have a strategy, whether it’s unintentional or an intentionally planned one. This article is about the importance and practice of creating a culture that is both highly relational and at the same time practices ongoing...

March 1, 2018

Church boards are often burdens, burrs, barriers, and other B-words that are the bane of the pastor’s existence. But is it reality to think that they could actually be blessings and even balms to soothe our souls?

Although the following scenario occurs in the Presbyteri...

February 28, 2018

Every organization has one. Part of it is intentional, and part of it is accidental. It has developed and endured for years, so it would take years to change. It’s your organizational culture.

How does a culture develop? How do you determine what it is? How do you chang...

February 28, 2018

Every organization has one. Part of it is intentional, and part of it is accidental. It has developed and endured for years, so it would take years to change. It’s your organizational culture.

For more on what it is, where it comes from, and how to assess it, see the “p...

February 22, 2018

OK, I know that your church has MORE than 5 dysfunctions, but these are the key overriding issues that I see in church after church, after working with scores of churches over the past several years. I personally don’t know of any church that doesn’t have at least 2 or...

January 11, 2018

Pastor Robert’s interactions with others felt highly rational and even cold, and people never knew whether he was listening to them due to his lack of responsiveness. After participating in a “living 360” process, he not only understood but he fully appreciated the imp...

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