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Executive Pastor Online · 8h ago

Christianity Is A VERB!

I received a response to my Identifying First-Time Guests post that made me say “Hmmm …” It reminded me that we need to “keep on keeping on” trying to get people connected to the church, des...
Executive Pastor Online · 1d ago

Do You Have The Authority?

The very first part of taking on a new role as a church’s executive pastor is evaluating the existing organizational structure. Why? Responsibility and authority, that’s why. And, it begins ...
Executive Pastor Online · 2d ago

Donor Retention

I’ve said (and written) it many times; “If you’re not measuring it, you’re probably not ma...
Executive Pastor Online · 4d ago

L. David Marquet On Turning Followers Into Leaders

“The leader-leader structure is fundamentally different from the leader-follower structure...
Executive Pastor Online · 5d ago

The Best Of The Blogosphere For The Week Of September 10th

3 Reasons You Need To Build A Diverse Church Leadership Team – Ed Stetzer 7 Traits Of The Excellent Ministry Assistant – Thom Rainer 8 Reasons Members Don’t Give Sacrificially And Cheerfully...
Executive Pastor Online · 6d ago

Creating A “Market Comparison Table”

As I described in my series of posts on How To Develop A Compensation Program, the market ...
Executive Pastor Online · 1W ago

Identifying First-Time Guests

Those of us who measure the number of first-time guests we attract each weekend, know one ...
Executive Pastor Online · 1W ago

Simon Sinek On Leadership Into The Unknown

“Leaders are the ones who run headfirst into the unknown. They rush toward the danger. The...
Executive Pastor Online · 1W ago

The Best Of The Blogosphere For The Week Of September 3rd

5 Don’ts Of Healthy Communication – Ron Edmondson 5 Ways to Know The True Health Of Your Leadership – Dr. Rob McKenna 14 Lessons On The Toughest Person In Your Church Or Organization To Lead...
Executive Pastor Online · 1W ago

Loving Our Mobile App!

You know how it is. Once you’ve had something in place for a while, especially when there are no “problems,” it begins to be “taken for granted.” Right? That’s definitely the case with our c...