October is the month we remember the ministers who faithfully serve our church families. It’s a time to pause and reflect on the many ways our lives are enriched by these called men and women of God who commit their lives to our growing in Christ.
Your church can partner with the other member churches and the TEBA to build the Kingdom by reaching future generations with the Gospel.
How often do you stop and evaluate how the church or ministry you serve is doing in fulfilling the purpose for which it was created? It’s not always an easy question but it is vital if we are going to continue to grow in our effectiveness and Kingdom impact.
“What do those stones mean to you?” Those are the words found in Joshua 4:6 where God instructs Joshua to take 12 stones, one for each tribe, by a member of each tribe, from the center of the Jordan where the children of Israel would pass over on dry ground and enter the Promise Land.
Church Planting is a primary ministry focus of the TEBA. Last week our annual TEBA Golf Tournament raised more than $10,000+ to assist in planting churches. With the increasing number of people moving into our area, the need for new churches being planted continues to be a pressing need in our Association.
Do you want to be a more effective servant leader? I believe most church leaders want to be growing leaders. We know the scripture is the foundation for building the ethic and character of true leadership.
Years ago, I was challenged by a simple question regarding prayer, “Is there grass on your path?”
All through 2023 we are looking at how to grow in our leadership capacity. I would like to share with you the chapter I submitted for the 2020 book, Guard Rails: 10 Vital Questions To Guide Your Ministry Journey.
January marks a season of beginnings. Resolutions are made and good intentions abound, but most are discarded within