Calling feels like a rumble. It moves inside you and rustles around until you pay attention to it. In 2013, I was feeling the rumble.
My husband and I had been attending a Vineyard church for a little over a year when we went to our first Vineyard conference—Cause Con
Do you want to know who was the most challenging person on our church plant team? I was. By far. Sure, there were really sweet
No matter how well you plan, how much time you invest, or how well you communicate to the community, church transitions are never easy.
Collaborative leadership is becoming increasingly more common. Companies and organizations are noticing that diverse partnerships that spread power and leadership are often more creative, healthy,
Ten years ago, I said yes to preaching my first sermon. I said yes mostly because I had already said no more than a few
I grew up in a religious community that did not believe in Jesus but lived by the law of the Old Testament. Despite not knowing
Church planting is a wild ride with ever-changing relationships and the need for fast and flexible movement. When our family was planting our church, we
Building your church planting team can be a puzzle. There are so many pieces and they all have to fit together just right. I hadn’t
At a very young age, I can remember saying yes to Jesus. In about the fifth grade, I would go to sleep at night singing
Finding calling is difficult. For this conversation, we gathered women church planters to hear their stories of finding and living out their callings. We provide
I never envisioned becoming a senior pastor. I wasn’t even sure women should be pastors. In college, I was a history major. I spent time