Tag Archives : behavior


12 Key Leadership Traits of Effective United Methodist Pastors

Last week, I had the opportunity to attend the BOM Mid Quad Training Event in Denver. Bishop Hagiya of The Pacific Northwest Conference who shared his dissertation research results around the question: “What traits, qualities, or characteristics, if any, do highly effective and successful United Methodist Church ministers exhibit specifically in regard to growth of their churches when compared to less effective […]


Behavior Change in the Church

One of the goals in the mission of the church is changing behavior. Making disciples of Jesus Christ for the transformation of the world. Making a disciple of Jesus Christ means that one wasn’t before. It also means that there is something that sets apart a disciple of Jesus Christ from someone who is not. […]


Speedlinking – June 4, 2010

The World Map of Touristyness is a cool look at the world. Walk a mile in another’s shoes – Connecting with the right community has step by step advice for doing just that. Want people to start reading the Bible? come to worship? etc. Check out Behavior Change Made Easy (sort of) Another good nugget […]


Speedlinking – May 21, 2010

What Behavior Are You Selling? It is nearly all behavior change in the church. Great perspective at What Role Do You Play as “the Leader. A Small Significant Moment made me stop and consider my ministry. How to Lead Without Saying a Word Andy’s Answers; How Mitch Joel is building online communities that scale has […]


Speedlinking – May 7, 2010

Bad behavior is a post that matches up with my own experience. Foreign Service Institute’s Extensive Language Courses Are Available Free Online – Amazing. I may have to try the service referenced at I just hired an assistant for $30 a month… I have found that, for some, Resurrection Online is Church for Church Leaders. […]