Many years ago I helped my dad build a green house. The walls were framed with 12 foot posts buried 4 foot in the ground. Sounded easy enough. My dad purchased a posthole digger and we went to work. This seemed like the perfect tool for the job, after all we had posts and we
Social media and the internet are potentially powerful tools for ministry. They can connect people that otherwise would never have the opportunity to connect. They can help us, as ministry leaders, to build a network of like-minded people from all over the world. This network can be valuable beyond measure in helping us to become the
As you may know I have been seeking my next ministry position. I felt God leading me to resign my position at my current church. You can read that story HERE. I felt certain that God had me do this in preparation for a full-time ministry position. So, I did just what anyone would do.
I’m know I’m the only one. I am probably the only children’s pastor/worker/ministry leader/business leader that has ever done this, but I am going to share anyway just in case. When I took over our children’s ministry and our children’s church, the Pastor and I had a big vision. After spending some time developing this vision
By permission @Mnormancarguy has graciously allowed me to jump on board with a series of posts called GPS, Helping Parents Find Their Way. So, without further ado, here is my first jump into this conversation. During my first ask of the big question* I got this response: My greatest struggle in parenting is “complacency“ I was intrigued by the