Three Dangerous Leaders

Lately, I have had an opportunity to pull back from all the busy activities of ministry and to simply stop, reflect, and think. Here are three lessons I’ve learned about leadership over the past 10 years. 

Making Disciples

How NOT to Make Disciples

The leaders of the first century church did NOT ask each other, “how many came to church last week?” That’s not how God measures success.

The Task of Discipleship

4 Myths About Disciple-Making

If your ministry has a leadership problem it has a discipleship problem. You can’t make disciples and not develop leaders.

3 What’s NOT Church Membership

Gathering of the saints needs to be one of the top priority of Christ followers, in fact it is crucial and essential to the faith! For the good of their own soul, for the mission of Christ, and for the health of local congregation.

5 Dangers of Church Skipping

“I love Jesus but I don’t like the church. I will never leave Jesus but I’m done with the church” people who make such a statement are walking away from Jesus.

Meeting Christ Changes Everything

If you’re saying you always been what you’ve always been then you need to ask if you’ve ever really met Jesus. Meeting Christ changes everything.

The Eight ‘Ds’ of Personal Discipleship

In this fallen world even people in a very complex, postmodern world are desperately hungry to hear the gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ. We need to step it up. We need to toughen up and take this job seriously. We need to be ready to suffer for the gospel. We need to be motivated by this stewardship that we have been entrusted. We are to run this race well.

Three Steps to Recover an Outwardly Focused Church

Churches have become preoccupied with existing to meet people’s felt needs and satisfy their wants. They are no longer fellowship of those who are sacrificial, those who want to give their lives away.

So which one are you? There’s only two categories. Spurgeon said it well, “Every Christian is either an imposter or a missionary.”

4 Warnings Signs of Leadership Failure

We believe everything rises and falls on culture and culture rises and falls on the leader. So as christians leaders in our culture the fundamental question we must ask is, “Am I really leading?”

3 Essential Marks of a Church That Most People Ignore 

One of the lessons we can learn from the evangelical movement is that its central weakness was not epistemological. Its central weakness was not its commitment to the core doctrines of the Christian faith. It’s central weakness was ecclesiological – an undervaluing of the local church in particular. – Albert Mohler

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