An incarnational church functions as the "body of Christ" because it represents the presence of Christ in a community. - Comeback Churches, page 6 I believe that every church is planted with the desire to be an incarnational church. However, over time, many times churches get "stuck". They operate in a way that is meaningful only … Continue reading Book Review: Comeback Churches
I have been called a bull in a china shop...on more than one occasion! A friend, hoping to help, handed me this book to read...about four years ago. To be honest, at that time I wasn't ready to openly evaluate myself and how I used my physical presence to influence others. I was defensive and thought, … Continue reading Book Review: Making Room for Leadership
I think most people want to know how to be a better leader. I ran across some great thoughts from from David Santistevan so I thought I would share. Although this was written to worship leaders, I think it applies to any kind of leader: How do you stay sharp as a worship leader? You … Continue reading 3 Ways Great Leaders Stay Sharp
Do or do not. There is no try. Or, at least, that what Yoda said. Here's the question- Are you reproducing yourself? Not- are you trying to raise up leaders? No- are you actually doing it? Wherever you are in life- its so important to train up others to take your place. To work yourself … Continue reading What Would Yoda Say About Discipleship?