Leadership

Deborah Ike · July 18, 2017
If you’re planning an outdoor event, here are a few things you should consider to make it a successful and safe experience for everyone involved.

Rachel Dawn Hayes · July 17, 2017
2017 is the inaugural year for a new educational format that offers five unique but concurrent conferences, each with its own keynote address and dedicated sessions.

Deborah Ike · July 05, 2017
While acquiring new volunteers for our ministries can occupy much of our efforts, we can't overlook what to do once we have new volunteers.

WFM Staff · June 27, 2017
How to Work Together to Build Kingdom, is the title of Paul Baloche's opening keynote address to be delivered in Dallas on October 11 and 12, 2017.

Gary Zandstra · June 22, 2017
The recognition and praise of numerical size can drive some to emulate what Large/Successful churches are doing.

Deborah Ike · June 15, 2017
All churches have challenges. And gadgets for time management, new tech products, and an array of apps, are all good, but will they really help solve a problem?

WFM Staff · June 02, 2017
For so many people in church tech roles, carving out the necessary time to develop one’s skillset, while challenged with an already over-scheduled life, is a problem to be reckoned with.

Deborah Ike · May 31, 2017
Use this standard process to plan and manage tasks related to achieving your goal. Essentially, this is a way to organize your team and all the tasks involved so you finish on time and within budget..

Mark MacDonald · May 23, 2017
Having worked in church communications for years, I realize that success for the role of communications is contingent on four traits that must be present in the leader.

By Phil Cooke · May 18, 2017
The employees are the ones that make an organization work, so learning as much as we can about them is critical – and I’m often surprised at how little pastors and other leaders actually know about the personal side of their team.