Listen in as Brian Hope from Mission Church in Walla Walla, WA packs a ton of wisdom about preaching into one episode.
Topics include taking the “long-haul” approach to preaching, finding your own voice, letting the text be your guide, and how to prep.
The reality is that church planting is one of the loneliest jobs there is. Why? We interviewed Ricky Jones of River Oaks Presbyterian Church on the Plant Better Podcast to shed light on the issue.
Read here about the three reasons Jones give for why pastors often don’t have friends and four different ways they can fix that.
In the past, some churches have been guilty of extracting from their people without giving much in return. As a result, many churches today don’t ask for anything.
Can church membership, done right, be a solution to those extremes? That’s the topic of discussion in this episode, featuring Allen Duty.
Around the 5-7 year mark in the life of a church, there is an alarming tendency towards apathy.
In this episode, Timothy Stewart from Reflect Church in Elk Grove, CA talks about his recent chapter of apathy and how a simple revelation turned it all around earlier this year.
There are a lot of great reasons to plant a church—but also plenty of reasons not to.
In this episode, Joel Webbon talks about the tendency of young men to plant churches to gain approval or prove themselves, and to plant as a reaction rather than a call.
Millennials have no patience for “holy” pastors. If you aren’t appropriately transparent, they’ll sniff it out right away.
Hear Chuck’s wisdom on how much to share from the stage and, more importantly, why you should share it in the first place.
With the new year approaching, you have a choice: plan your year ahead of time or scramble week-to-week.
Listen in to hear how Justin Fordinal from BridgePoint Community Church in Cypress, TX planned out his entire 2016 year and how it could save you a ton of headaches too.
In this episode, Mark Southtalks with the Kenny & James about “vision vs. anti-vision” in church planting motivations.
One is God-given and comes from love; the other comes from rivalry and a “hero complex.”
He also shared five awesome questions to help planters assess their church planting motivations.
True gospel-centrality, and the right approach to leadership, can breathe life into a church.
Jay Mathis was the lone pastor of a small church in Waco, but when he put a mantle of leadership on other men, trusting them to share in his control, the church turned a corner.