PastorMojo
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Decide Why They Leave

People leave churches all the time.  It’s not something anyone wants to dwell on but it’s the simple truth.   The question isn’t whether or not people are going to leave your church.  The question is when and wh...
by Tony McCollum
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Hire Producers Not Projects

All pastors have a sense of vision.  They can see things before anyone else.  They can envision a future state that is better and more God-honoring than the current state.  This is normally a huge asset but when hiring new s...
by Tony McCollum
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The Three Year Itch

We’re approaching our tenth anniversary at the church I pastor.  I’ve noticed a trend over the years that I’d like to share with you. About every three years we go through a bit of an identity crisis.  Obvio...
by Tony McCollum
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Dancing with the One that Brought Ya

I was sad to hear that a local pastor, a man I know, was “asked” by his elders to leave the church that he had founded and pastored for almost a decade.  I sure it must be very hard on him.  He was a good man but, honestl...
by Tony McCollum
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Three Keys to Motivating the Troops

I like Daniel Pink’s stuff a lot.  I thoroughly enjoyed this short presentation he did at a Global TED gathering.  I think everybody that leads someone else (business leaders, church leaders, family leaders, etc) ought ...
by Tony McCollum
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When Your Church Fits in Your Car

I've started two churches in my life and both times there were occasions in the beginning when I could put the entire church in my car and take them out to eat...
by Tony McCollum
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