If you are reading this on Good Friday, you only have two more days to get ready. You know what I mean by ready. Ready for Easter. The Big Show! March Madness for the Church! (Side note: We need a bracket for preachers. I'm rolling with Matt Chandler to win it all.) Knowing that here are the TOP TWO things that I would invest my time doing with those precious hours and minutes.
Across the nation students walked out on their classes in a form of peaceful protest. They are tired of politicians doing little about their safety other than offering "thoughts and prayers."
For a while there I thought 2017 would never end. But wouldn't you know it, it's about to. We are mere days away from 2018 and with it the opportunity for a fresh start in every area of life. I was thinking back on 2017 and how blessed I am that so many of you have chosen to listen to my podcast and to be a part of this little community I call the Stan Rodda Podcast.
Another day. Another mass shooting. Here's my reflection on what happened this past Sunday in Sutherland Springs, Texas at a small Baptist church.
The reality is that we want a healthy culture, but sometimes we may not know exactly how to get there. Well here are five simple things I believe you can do to begin creating a healthy church or ministry culture.
It's not a question of, "Should I delegate?" It's a question of, "How do I delegate effectively?"
If you're looking for some fall outreach ideas, here are some that I recently discussed on my podcast with my friend, Tom Pounder.
If you aren't willing to do the things that you are asking others to do, then you are only using people.
Hi, reader. I wanted to take a minute and introduce myself.
I share 5 ways that you as a pastor (the first 4 easily apply to all leaders) can lead yourself well spiritually.
Your list is endless. Without adding burden, I want to remind you to lead yourself well physically.
It's time to deal with your past. Your dad was a drunk. Your mom yelled. You were abused. All of that stuff is real and it affects you for real.
Leaders are learners. If you fail to learn, you will fail to lead.