There are a lot of methods churches are using today to reach people and bring them into the church — cool lights, haze machines during worship, a coffee shop in the lobby, shorter service times, and creative stage props. All these are fine to do, but they will eventually become ineffective if the church isn’t continuously expanding their base of leaders.

Let me share an example Pastor Wayne Cordeiro gives that illustrates this point well. Imagine that I hold out a 1-square-foot piece of cardboard, and I slowly empty a bucket of white sand onto it. The sand will accumulate, and as

SEO Content Writing: Is Your Blog Really A Blog?

Surely, you know of the never ending “tomato debate”. Every time it comes up during a barbeque or a lunch table discussion, nothing really ever seems to get solved. One side is adamant about considering it to be a fruit because it has seeds, and of course because it can be squeezed into a juice. The other side strongly supports the viewpoint that tomatoes grow on stalk, and according to the food pyramid, are considered a vegetable. Therefore they are a vegetable. Or are they? Read more

Part of our calling as church leaders, ministry leaders, or businesses leaders is to build our lives on a solid foundation.  Everything that is seen outwardly is the result of something that began inwardly.  In order to be good examples and leaders, we need to cultivate that inward work. Read more

What are GSOTs?  You cannot maximize your potential without them; you will never see the level of success you desire unless you have them; others will pass you by unless your GSOTs are in order. GSOTs give strategic insight into your organization’s action plan, process, and future. GSOTs are goals, strategies, objectives, and tactics. Read more