Tag Archives: leadership

October 13

Could You Benefit From Leadership Coaching

Over the past 15 years, I have had the pleasure of coaching many pastors and church planters from a few different denominations. I took a little while off, but am ready to help out again. If you would be interested in entering into a leadership coaching relationship please contact me. My fees are very reasonable […]

February 25

9 Things You Need To Know About Your Pastor

Written by Jason Isaacs & originally posted at ForwardLeadership.org 1. He’s trying his best You may not believe it. You may think he’s just throwing things together, but he isn’t. The results may not be what want, but I’ve never met a pastor yet who didn’t want to succeed. He’s preaching the best sermons he […]

Praying for Christ’s Leadership in the Church

WE have talked quite a bit about prayer lately. We have talked quite a bit about leadership lately as well. So lets talk about praying for Christ’s leadership in the church. 1 Peter 5:1-4 And now, a word to you who are elders in the churches. I, too, am an elder and a witness to […]

Making Changes As A New Leader

As many of you know, I began a new leadership position a week or so ago as the Lead Pastor of the Potters House Church in Smithland, Kentucky. It has been an exciting challenge and I am looking forward to years of ministry here. God has blessed me through it and I hope to be […]

Google Hangout Meeting – Cool

I’m enjoying my extended meeting with 7 other church planters and coaches from all over America today. We are gathered together digitally from Pittsburgh, Detroit, Columbus, etc. All together. All free. What could God do with this kind of free technology? Very cool!

Why leading Christians is Painful

I just began reading a new book entitled “The Painful Side of Leadership.” I’m only just beginning, but I am thoroughly enjoying this highly recommended piece of writing. It is proving to be so helpful. The book is written by Jeff Iorg, the President of Golden Gate Baptist Theological Seminary in San Francisco, California. He […]

We just aren’t enough…

One of the most challenging things about leadership in the developing American church is administrating and negotiating the struggles of diversity. You see, if everyone thinks-acts-believes the same things about all things… it’s pretty easy to lead. But that never really happens does it. In a diverse church (Like Four Rivers), where people think-act-believe in […]