A letter to young women in leadership
Small churches are uniquely different from megachurches. But that doesn't mean we can't learn from each other.
Healthy small churches have characteristics that make them work. And many of them can work in big churches, too.
How a mantra I learned at a marriage retreat guides my leadership.
and Why You Might Too.
What a 17th-century woman leader taught me about fighting for freedom—for all
For all my hard-working, prayerful, wise, loving peers who woke up on yet another Monday morning wondering what am I doing wrong?
Genuine friendships are becoming more rare and thus, of greater perceived value than any other aspect of modern church life.
Youve been invited to the table for a reason, and your team needs to hear what you have to say.
5 pieces of advice I could have used when I started.
Serving church leaders by offering spiritual wisdom and insight for faithfully proclaiming and effectively living the gospel.