You’re welcome to read these posts in any order but my encouragement is to start with “Getting Started”.
No one ever sets out to be a passive-aggressive leader, but the byproduct of that kind of leadership has collateral damage that can affect everyone.
As a leader, you will always have to set goals and expectations for yourself and the people you lead. But you also get to choose how you set those goals.
In leadership, unforeseen and uncontrollable stuff will always come up. The question is do you fight against it, or do you trust the work you have done.
Being a primary leader is extremely difficult, and you’re going to make mistakes, I sure did. Join me as we learn from our mistakes and learn how to lead better one step at a time.
What would your life and ministry be like if you were to live thirty minuets faster?
Recently of one of the people, I coach asked me the following question and I thought I would share my response and a weekly template you can try out on your own.
When was the last time you invited someone to join you at your table and talk about life, love and faith?
What to do with students and marijuana can be extremely tough. Take a moment to hear a students prospective on how parents can talk to their kids.
This is everything you need to pull off an amazing Life-Sized Risk Event.
Humans Vs Zombies is a large group game and one epic event.
Have you ever wondered what to do with Christian School kids in your group? Why don’t you let a Christian School kid give you some tips.
Creating a Year Long Planner is extremely important but something everyone has done. This DNA Guide will help you craft your very own planner.
Small Group Leadership can be both a deeply rewarding and fruitful journey, and a trying and difficult season.
This is a guide for all those people who know they have to network but don’t really like doing it.
Every Pastor at some point in time will get asked to do a wedding, but are you ready?
One of the hardest moments for any Pastor/Director is the moment you need to let go of a volunteer leader.
Samatha is one of the BEST games people I have ever met and someone I turn to for advice on how to lead Great Youth Games.
It’s exciting to see young men and women step up and preach in their youth groups, but preaching can be a daunting task. There is an art form and method to it, on-top of the fact you want to make sure you are interpreting God’s word correctly.
Leading a small group is not always as easy as it may seem, and often comes with little to no practical training. These tips will hopefully save you from learning some of them the hard way.
This guidebook contains what I wish someone had told me when I first started out.
There is great good and great harm that can come from Short Term Missions work through the church. Striking the balance between these two polar opposites, and ensuring that the missions work you and your church are involved in is having a positive impact is difficult.
Transitions can be hard on a Youth Pastor but they are not the only people that struggle
Summer Ministry is one of the most vital times in Youth and here’s why
Retreats are one of the most important events we can do in youth ministry.
Transitions can be hard but this Guide can help you Transition better.