Clearly the times are changing in Children’s Ministry. The kids we have in our ministries are Digital Natives; having grown up with digital technology such as computers, the Internet, mobile phones and MP3s for their entire life. Rather than steering clear of technology, we need to use it to our advantage. Children are much more … Continue reading From Flannel Graphs to MacBooks
Last week, 14,000 leaders gathered in Atlanta for the Catalyst Conference. Catalyst is designed to ignite passion for Christ and develop the next generation of leaders to be change agents in the local church and the world. Here are a few of the blog post I found outlining some of the top lessons from the … Continue reading Leadership Lessons from Catalyst 2012
As church leaders, we often define our success by the crowds we attract. We long to impact as many people as possible. We desire to lead the largest ministry in town. We are energized by a packed house. We want more twitter followers and Facebook friends. The truth is, church leaders love crowds! There’s a … Continue reading Who are you investing in?
In case you missed them this week, here are the most clicked leadership articles I posted on Twitter this week. 5 Things Leaders Should Do Every Day by Greg Baird Top 10 Temptations that Leaders Face by Perry Noble It's Not A Secret by Dan Reiland Taking Initiative by Ron Edmonson 6 Ways To Find … Continue reading Top leadership articles I read this week