Holistic Leadership Development

Leadership - Logan LeadershipYou want to develop leaders who will do what Jesus called us to do, leaders who can take the church forward into the 21st century. You look to the fields and see them, as Jesus does, ready for harvest — and you know that’s where your ministry needs to concentrate.

What’s needed is holistic leadership development — the kind of leadership development that comes from the harvest and leads people back into the harvest, resulting in subsequent generations of new believers and new leaders living as Jesus called us to live.

We can help you develop leaders the kind of leaders you need in a way that is both relational and intentional… and ultimately effective in helping your church accomplish its mission.

Directions for the future

Every few years I engage in the painful-- yet ultimately rewarding and productive-- process of updating my website. Now is that season. Not only am I redesigning the site, but I’m coordinating how I do my blog, tweets, and newsletters. So you’ll see some changes in...

read more

Does Easter happen outside of the church?

Today's entry is by guest blogger Randy Lovejoy. His new website-- www.EnactedPrayers.com-- will be going live in August. “He is risen!” said Steve to another man who had just gotten out of one of the teepees which surrounded the common area. “Right” the man...

read more

Pressing reset to engage the culture

Today's blog entry is by guest blogger, Dr. Parnell Lovelace. Recently, I experienced some difficulty accessing information on my laptop. After attempting several times to use the password I had entered previously on the site, it became apparent that the only option...

read more

Trust the process

I have found this to be true among ministry leaders. The greater the fruitfulness, the greater the need to pull away and reconnect with God for perspective and re-prioritize. As leaders, we need to find ways to protect ourselves and our time, while still providing...

read more

A disciplined approach to capturing insights

I used to carry with me a notebook that included a page I called my “action idea list.” Any thought I had that I wanted to retain, I’d flip to that page and write it down. (I’ve heard some novelists use the same strategy to take down plot points and new ideas that...

read more

Divine appointment or distraction?

Even Jesus got interrupted sometimes. He was on his way to Jerusalem when a crowd slowed him down and a woman touched the hem of his robe. At that point, he had a decision to make. Would he press on to Jerusalem? Or was this a divine appointment? In that case, Jesus...

read more

Blocks of time for priority projects

You can’t get quality work done in little drips. You need larger blocks of time. If you leave your phone one and email open when you’re working on things, you are setting yourself up for constant interruptions. Then you’re spending most of your time trying to get back...

read more

A Church of the City

Today’s blog entry is by guest blogger Dr. Parnell Lovelace. Jesus’ Great Commission demands a deliberate response from those who take the call to reach the people of the city seriously. Cities across America are experiencing a great resurgence and redevelopment of...

read more

Calling, part two?

Calling isn't a once-in-a-lifetime, you-find-it-or-you-don't kind of endeavor. At certain points, God may call us to shift gears-- and that doesn't mean we got it wrong the first time. Sometimes he uses one season of life and ministry to prepare us for the next season...

read more

Coach competency #9: Monitoring

This post is part of a series on the 9 competencies of an effective coach, taken originally from Developing Coaching Excellence. To see all entries in this series posted so far, you can search “coach competency” on the main page of my blog.  The strategic competency...

read more