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2017 has been a year, I mean it has been one for the books it seems. The election, the tweets, North Korea, the eclipse, the floods, the hurricanes, the earthquakes, the supposed end of the world, and then the moving of the supposed end of the world, the shootings. It...read more
The hardest person to lead is hands down yourself. If you want to know why it’s worth the struggle to lead yourself and what that even looks like in a day to day approach then check out this episode. You won’t regret it.read more
I get the point, how can your church grow smaller, if you don’t take the time to “greet” one another or make new friendships. But is any friendship or relationship going to grow out of that hello? Most likely not, which is why most churches provide small group systems, Christian education classes and Bible studies.read more
Don't be scared by the title this podcast is for men, women, old, young and anyone interested in more successfully have a church staff that is thriving. This episode is packed with four amazing tips for women who lead men, and a few great tips from TK for men who lead...read more
Donʼt be depressed by a season of low giving. Remain calm. Pray your pants off. Strategize some next steps. Then take action. Every church goes through times like this at one point or another; you just need to remember thereʼs always something more you can do.read more
When conflict, racism, sexism and hatred are running rampant, how are you supposed to respond as a ministry leader? No matter the age of the people in your ministry, these 3 actionable steps will provide healing to your church family.read more
On this episode of the everything.church podcast, TK, Stacia, and Gina Bellomo from Church Unleashed outside of New York City talk about organizational tools that can transform your staff and maybe your entire church. This is a great episode because you can instantly walk away with suggestions for better tools for communicating with your staff and church.read more
I sat twiddling my fingers at my keyboard for minutes that felt like hours. Before I knew it, I was scrolling Instagram, Facebook, my email, anything to take my mind off the task at hand.read more
Sometimes when I give advice to ministry leaders, I feel like I sound like a broken record.
I mean how many times can you really talk about first impressions or the first seven minutes of a first time guest’s experience or the importance of safety in your kid’s ministry environment? At some point, everyone has to have actually heard about these things right?