Recently I was watching an instructional video offered by a curriculum publisher telling about the advantages of their curriculum and how to use it. As he spoke he often compared their curriculum with that of other publishers. His attitude was such that I quickly became turned off and will probably not use their curriculum, in
Unless you grew up in a church with a killer Children’s Church, then designing a children’s worship service probably doesn’t come naturally. It’s not our fault, we are adults and we tend to think like adults. But, here are a few things that I have found helpful and I hope they are helpful for you.
Many of you have followed the journey that has brought me to FBC Tallassee. Along the way I have learned some valuable lessons. This may not be ground breaking, but it is something that I had to learn and I think it was a turning point for me in this journey. Stop seeking direction. Praying for
As many of you know, I resigned my position at my church back in September. Recently it occurred to me that since doing that I have done very little, if any ministry. There will be down times in our ministry and our lives, but we can not allow these times to become times when we
Recently I did a post called “Leading Hummingbirds and Eagles.” This post looked at two different kinds of people that might be on your team. I looked at some ways to identify each type and why it was important to know which one you are and which ones are on your team. For this post