How To Successfully Lead A Remote Church Team

How To Successfully Lead A Remote Church Team

You’ve seen the headlines. And so have we. All of them. But if we know one thing it’s that this too shall pass. We’ve also seen a lot of headlines about how to weather this storm as a church leader. And more specifically about how many churches are dipping their toes into leading a remote church team. So while COVID-19 has changed the landscape of the global workforce, after 10 years of being a 100%-remote company, we know about leading a remote workforce. And if we’ve learned anything in... Read More
3 Biggest Hiring Mistakes Pastors Make

3 Biggest Hiring Mistakes Pastors Make

By Tobin Perry James looks like the perfect candidate for your church’s new youth minister role. His resume is spotless. His experience is unquestionable. His leadership credentials are off the charts. So you hire him right on the spot. At first, it seems like a great hire. The rest of the staff loves him. He does a great job of engaging your youth. Parents think you hit it out of the park. But a few months in, you notice something. Your new youth minister isn’t fitting well in the new... Read More
The Importance of Combining Creativity and Innovation into Your ministry environments

The Importance of Combining Creativity and Innovation into Your ministry environments

In a world driven by creativity and innovation, many companies and churches today often struggle to find a way to create a concept and bring that concept to fruition. This has led to many churches and departments being incapable of reaching its full potential due to a lack of structure and vision. Here at Little Mountain, we will explain the importance of how to incorporate not only a creative concept, but how to innovate that concept into your church to bring the idea to life. CREATIVITY As a... Read More
Keep the Fun in Youth Ministry by Keeping Kids Safe

Keep the Fun in Youth Ministry by Keeping Kids Safe

by Brotherhood Mutual Staff Writers As the days get longer and temperatures begin to rise, youth activities across the country are beginning to move outside. Kickball, bonfires, and summer retreats are in store. Is your ministry prepared? Whether your youth programming will continue as-is or shift to a more recreational form of fellowship throughout the warmer months, springtime is always a good time to transition to a more active, outdoor-oriented approach to community. It’s also an ideal... Read More
More Than Java: Coffee That Matters

More Than Java: Coffee That Matters

by MB Mooney The Guatemalan village appears from the jungle as the bus rounds a tight corner in the road. The bus rocks back and forth on old shocks and then grinds to a halt in a cloud of dust. Mason follows the shuffling crowd off the bus and onto the road in front of the big church building. To his left, the mountain rises above them, and glancing right, the forest grows thick and dark. The heat lays on him like a blanket, sweat dripping off of him. Kids run everywhere; kids from the... Read More