Mesothelioma Survival Rates

Mesothelioma Survival Rates

Why Church Leaders Should Care About Mesothelioma Survival Rates

Before we discuss this important topic of mesothelioma survival rates, please allow me to explain why this topic is being covered on a church leaders campfire blog post. The elderly comprise a large population in American churches today. Through which time period did they live in American history which affected millions of homes and are a main cause for insurance claims (medical insurance and home owner’s insurance) these past few decades? The answer and more after the Read More button.Read More…

Church Ministry Jobs or God’s Call to Ministry?

Ministry Jobs or God's Call to Ministry - Send Me!

Church Ministry Jobs or God’s Call to Ministry?

Why do I do what I do? Why do I serve a local church as a Senior Pastor? What compels me to do this? Is this just a church ministry job? Or is it much higher than that? Could it be said that this is God’s calling on my life?Read More…

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CoSchedule Can Save Your Life!

I believe my time is worth something, because my time is how I spend my life. My “time” is my “life.” I AM what I DO with my time. If that’s true, then what is it worth to you to save your life? In the case of this post, what is it worth to you to save some time in your social media planning and execution?  
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3 Effective Church Planting Tips

3 Effective Church Planting Tips

Want Effective Church Planting?

When I think of effective church planting, I don’t always see myself as having been the poster child. However, through tenacity, attitude and perseverance, I learned three transferable character qualities to share with you. Unfortunately I didn’t read the amazing work of Dr. Aubrey Malphurs called “The Nuts and Bolts of Church Planting” BEFORE I went into church planting. If you want to plant a church these days, you’ve got to have these three qualities in large quantities!Read More…

How to Overcome Ministry Loneliness

Overcoming Ministry Loneliness

How to Overcome Ministry Loneliness

When we talk about ministry loneliness, I am directly challenging the false assumption that Christian ministers should isolate themselves. Since I am a Christian serving in vocational ministry, I’m referring to this subject from the vantage point of “we” and “us,” since I have learned to overcome ministry loneliness after years of loneliness, isolation, burnout, lack of accountability and simply hiding from others. For the sake and length of this post, I’ll spare you that story for now. If you are interested in hearing more about my story, I’d love to share it at another time (message me or share in comments if you’d like me to write about that).Read More…

How Sitting is Killing Us

How Sitting is Killing UsIs your weekly sermon prep killing you? Your ministry job may be killing you–literally. The work you do for God and to support your family may possibly remove you from them sooner than you think. This is an article on how sitting on the job reduces longevity. In other words, how sitting is killing us. There are physiological reasons why our office jobs could lead to an earlier death. To be honest, I don’t want to be “that guy” who became so lethargic and out of shape that I’m no longer fruitful and effective for the Kingdom of God.Read More…