Edie Melson A New Year is coming, and that means change. I see ministry leaders throwing up their hands in frustration and exhaustion everywhere. Social media algorithms and rules are…
Edie Melson Most of us find our call to serve God in ministry in a roundabout way. A lot of us don’t have academic degrees that qualify us. Because of…
BY KAREN WHITING @KARENHWHITING AUTHOR/SPEAKER “ DO YOU HAVE A TENDENCY TO POSTPONE THE INEVITABLE?” Postponing activities may be tied to your personality. If you know yourself, you can use…
Leadership brings with it a lot of power and rewards, but leading alone produces feelings of isolation. Trusted relationships are sparse. Responsibility is heavy. Criticism is likely. Every crisis knocks on your door.
We were at Hooters. And I was acting like a Pharisee.
Do you have what it takes to be told, “You don’t have what it takes?
How do we respond to the struggles of those we shepherd without getting overwhelmed by the demands of those we serve?
needs child does not negate the call on your life nor disqualify you from your ability to lead. The gifts and the calling of God are irrevocable (Romans 11:29).
As speakers and writers, we sometimes feel we are working solo and don’t need to discuss team building or personalities. In fact, the opposite is tru
Have you ever wanted to quit because the waiting is too hard or too long?