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  1. Jairo Rodriguez June 27, 2018 at 5:53 am

    So true. Wonderful advice. I see those things that you describe right in my own church. And then we wonder why the church is not growing at all.

  2. CHANDIMALE AMOS June 21, 2018 at 6:50 am

    I really like this ministry because there so many educative tips. Let God bless you

  3. “If you sense that you’ve become prideful and arrogant about your leadership, humble yourself.”

    Well said!

  4. I like getting info and sharing

    Thanks

  5. thanks mostly on number 7.l want to iprove

  6. Tomba khoisnam June 14, 2018 at 1:36 am

    Thanks for the insight to help me grow

  7. Thanks for sharing this profound ministry and management truth,
    Overcoming these traps and practicing the solutions will keep my church healthy and focused on God and the purpose of his calling us into his vineyard .
    My heart is open to new ideas, ways of service and humble. Keep inspiring us to reach higher for God.

  8. Thanks.I have understood,for you to be come a good and strong leader in ministry or church,you must forcus your eyes,your heart to God.Leave all traps of the devil layed arround you.You must know to delegate work to others,dont do the work which is to be done by 10 men.Thanks,continue to send more am ready to read!.

  9. 1. We Fail daily
    2. We Fail daily
    3. We Fail daily
    4. We Fail daily
    5. We Fail daily
    6. We Fail daily
    7. We Fail daily

    Seeing the problem with your theology? Guess your solution would be to try harder? Wouldn’t that be sinning according to the Word of God? Or should we be more like the great leaders in the Canon? They were so incredibly successful. Their message was so well received. Minus their heads, they retired to the burbs with their 401k’s and bank accounts packed from all the junk books and advice they sold.

  10. Thanks, Rick. The road can become cumbersome for sure, but I’m trying to be more objective in my ministry. Satan has noticed that and has began attacking. If I continued to base my ministry on my feelings I would fail for sure…just as I’ve done in times past. Thanks for the advice. Solid tips. And, thanks for helping other ministers stay focused on the mission at hand.

  11. Thank you for such wonderful words of common hidden mistakes that destroy the good work started by God the Holy Spirit ,without realizing the consiquencis

  12. I am not a pastor, but a teacher who wants to be used of God. I have been attending the same church for 7 years. I submitted myself to the pastor hoping to be used.The church was very small, only 15 people. In these 7 years the church has only grown to 25. There is no outreach except special speakers coming in. A lady is the pastor and she demands respect like a parent. There is no advisory board, just her and her husband. the husband is her servant not a partner or minister himself. No one is getting saved, or filled with the Holy Spirit, or sent out. The pastor is not open to constructive criticism from the regular attenders. Three leaders were asked to leave because they did not agree with the pastor. Two potential leaders just left because they have not been used in over 5 years.
    any advice. Please help.

    • Some pastors are called and some just go. Sounds like you got caught up in the goer. Very important question you must as yourself, ” I’m I growing spiritually ? “

  13. Thank you Pastor Rick, powerful and indeed very helpful. I needed this today
    I am grateful for your ministry and your continuous help you provide to us pastors.