There’s more to developing faith than listening to sermons and reading a book. And though there’s been a lot of talk about mentoring for spiritual development, there’s a paucity of how-to information. In this episode, Drs. Bill and Kris tackle the tough task of helping faith take root and bloom.
It seems that the smaller the church, the more time the pastor spends making hospital visits. What if you could cut your time in the hospital by 25 percent? What if you could cut your time by 100 percent? In this episode, Drs. Bill and Kris will offer time saving hospital visit tips – plus provide Hospital Visitation 101 to help train your elders/shepherds to make effective, meaningful hospital visits.
The keystone to both avoiding and resolving church conflicts is the development, adoption, and implementation of a congregational covenant of behaviors – better known as Expected Behaviors. We’ve called it the Missing Link in the church’s DNA. In this episode, Drs. Bill and Kris will explore why Expected Behaviors are necessary and offer the steps for building them into your congregation.
Is Sunday worship flat? Has the Spirit left the building? Maybe it’s not the worship team that’s the problem. There’s a misconception that worship is something that happens only on Sunday mornings. It’s imperative that the church help its members to internalize and practice personal worship … and when they do the church can expect a significant boost in its corporate worship. In this episode, Drs. Kris and Bill discuss how to get individual worship working.