Breaking Church Addictions
Believe it or not, church addictions are fairly common. They are probably more common than we would like to admit. GO HERE.
Burnout or Breakout
How can church leaders be effective without sacrificing their marriage, their family, or their health in the process? How can good leaders get stuck churches unstuck without becoming another casualty? GO HERE.
A Biblical, Practical Guide to Strategic Planning in the Church . GO HERE.
In the liminal state that is COVID-19, Hebrews 10:24-25 are oft-cited verses that have been interpreted differently by different pastors and leaders. Does not giving up “meeting together” imply that we must meet together physically, come what might? Or does it allow for meeting virtually, through use of technology? And how do we understand what it means to “spur one another on” and “encourage one another toward love and good deeds?” On today’s Whiteboard video, Mike Gafa walks through these two verses, and why they represent a unique opportunity in the liminal season we are in.