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Idols in the church???

January 8, 2015

I believe that today’s modern church may be creating idols in the church without even realizing it. The bible teaches us that even while Moses was in the presence of a burning bush and getting a word from the Lord that the people were building idols. An idol in any shape or form must not […]

The American Pastor

March 7, 2012

A Pastor ministers by Strengthening the weak, chiefly by empowering them to solve their own problems by looking to the Lord first and also opening their hearts to others in the Body of Christ; not fostering an unhealthy dependence on them. Ephesians 4:12 and 13 (NRSV) (12) to equip the saints for the work of […]

Leading From The Middle

September 5, 2008

Leading From The Middle Takeaways from John Maxwells Book 360 Leader   John Say’s “In all my years of leadership teaching and consulting, I have never observed an organization with too many leaders.” Organizations can never have enough! However, most companies narrow their vision to a limited number of leadership positions, and when hiring leaders, they […]

Wal-Mart and the Church

April 14, 2008

Wal-Mart and the Church.   I have come to believe that the greatest task for a pastor/leader is to discern the culture in which he serves. I also have come to believe that this is a process that takes from 5-7 years to develop.   Many in Christianity have concluded that the church should represent […]

Islands in the stream

April 3, 2008

I believe that the commitments we make to God are like Islands in the stream. When we commit our live to him that becomes and island to us. When promise to be faithful in attendance that to becomes an island. When we promise to pray each day and that becomes another island. When we promise […]

Leaderhip 101

March 28, 2008

Leadership 101    Here are some great lessons that I have learned in growing a church. A. Beware of pitfalls. 1. The lie of perfection. Many people in leadership are perfectionist. By their nature a leader has a tendency to be a perfectionist. The problem with perfection is that it is an impossible standard to keep. […]