We can always learn from successful people and teams. When I finished watching The Last Dance, I thought about what I’d seen and then wrote down these valuable lessons for youth pastors.
Remember that book you read last year? Well, maybe you don’t. You probably remember reading it, but you can’t seem to recall much of what was in it. In this post, I explain my Triple-Loop learning process that will help you remember everything you read.
In this post, I want to share 5 of the apps that are helping me grow in my relationship with Christ right now. My hope is that you’ll download one of them and be helped too.
Liminal Space is the time between “what was” and “what’s next.” When it comes to leading in a liminal space, your primary job is to be a stabilizing force in the midst of the chaos. Pastors are the ones who are called to speak with grace, truth, hope, and love in the middle of this situation.
Tiger King on Netflix has taken the country by storm. But there’s one lesson that stood out to me about the rise and fall of Joe Exotic. That’s the topic of this post.
Working from home presents us with new challenges, as well as new opportunities. To make the most of your time, start implementing one or more of these 5 tips today!
St. Patrick’s Day is filled with green clothes, 4-leaf clovers, and little red-haired leprechauns. But who was the real St. Patrick and why do we celebrate a day in his honor?
Have you ever wondered if seminary is worth the time, money, and effort it takes to attend? In this post, I explain why I think going to seminary is something every youth pastor or youth worker should seriously consider.
In 1973, Wes Seeliger, an Episcopal Priest, wrote and illustrated a book called Western Theology. I had never heard of it until another student in my doctoral cohort mentioned it in one of our round table discussions. I was intrigued, so I bought a copy to check it out. After reading it, I’m convinced that […]
Through all of my trips to the hospital to visit people as a pastor, there are a few things I’ve learned that I believe will help you accomplish your reason for being there.