11 Podcasts Every Church Leader Should Listen ToJun 28, 2019 | Luke Baker
After much conversation, listening, and friendly debating, the Catalyst team has compiled a list of the 11 podcasts every church leader should listen to.Read More
The Courage of an American Pastor
Being the pastor of a parish requires courage, but the nature of that courage is going to differ depending on where that parish is in the world. Read more...
I’m Only Human After All and Other Things That Courage Requires
We have an invitation to use all of our internal resources and all of God’s resources to find the courage and power to be the kind of humans we were intended to be. Read More...
Why don’t we talk about work more in church? Many of us don’t like to discuss work – it’s something we get through to pay the bills. When we find opportunity to serve Jesus, it is in our marriages, parenting, volunteerism, and work with the church. If we do find a relationship between work and faith, it’s typically a pitch for workplace evangelism, as if that’s all viewing our work as ministry is. Read More...
What is Real Success?
I know I have struggled myself with unhealthy work patterns with the driving desire to be successful at all costs. In fact, often times the drive to succeed feels so overwhelming that we often lose our own center in Jesus, and even our soul! So allow me to offer to you, in a few words, two reminders that may help you see what “real success” looks like. Read More...
Do We Need New Love Songs?
Is the cost of loving someone—a spouse, a friend, a stranger, God—ever worth what real commitment requires: The release of the self, the sacrifice of the self, even death of the self? Read More...
Fomo, or the fear of missing out, might be one of the trendier expressions on social media, but the phenomenon is not new. It’s probably been around as long as humans. Read More of this excerpt from Adam Hamilton's new book Unafraid: Living with Courage and Hope in Uncertain Times.
Love Everybody, Always: Becoming Love in a World Full of Setbacks and Difficult People
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Leaders That Live Renewed
We all have a place where we can lead the way to a fresh perspective of God’s goodness, majesty and possibilities. It’s something the world most certainly needs.
Creating a Generous Church Culture
One simple question: “How often has your staff been intentional to personally thank each person who gives to the ministry of your church?”. Check out this latest article diving into how to create a generous church culture. Read More...