Whether you’re a church Pastor, directing a ministry, or simply a volunteer, you most likely don’t have too much time during your day to keep up with what’s being written or discussed around key ministry topics like developing discipleship, increasing online giving or building stronger church community.
But, that’s OK! Because every week, we’ll round up of some of the most helpful and inspirational news and articles published on the web and give them to you here, in one centralized place as part of our “Reaffirmations Friday.”
Here are the top ministry blogs and articles this week detailing anything you may have missed.
I’ve been giving to my church online for several years now. I know that I am not alone. Online giving is nothing new. It is common for churches and other non-profits to offer you the ability to give through their website…Written by Art Rainier
Who do you want on your team? What are the qualifications and qualities of the people you want sitting around your leadership table? If you were to make a list of the attributes you would want on the members of your leadership team you would likely include such characteristics as…Written by Scott Cochrane
This is an article about reaching new customers. We don’t like to talk about ministry in these terms. I get it. But the reality is there are people in our communities who might be interested in what we have to offer… Written by Tony Morgan
Don’t you want to dominate in your organization? Whether you’re a church leader, a businessperson, or anything else, if you’re a part of a leadership team, these rules will guide you to victory… Written by Jeremy Roberts
My friend Steve Graves recently met with some of our leadership team and shared four tasks of a senior leader. I found his framework helpful and challenging, and in sharing it with you, I have added some of my own thoughts… Written by Eric Geiger
They are America’s most educated generation. They are America’s most diverse generation. They are America’s largest generation. They are the Millennials, born between 1980 and 2000. And they are beginning to get married, enter the workforce, and lead the world… Written by Sam Rainer
Did you see an article this week that you think should have made this list? Let us know!