7 Reasons Pastors Need to Use Twitter

In a staff meeting one day, I was distracted by something I was reading on twitter. Caught not paying attention to the pastor who was giving a presentation, he grabbed my phone and asked why I was on twitter instead of paying attention. After apologizing for my inappropriate actions, a conversation ensued among our executive staff ...

Acknowledging The Racial Divide

The last few weeks has been hard for Americans. We’ve all seen the violence, the videos, the news broadcasts. The racial divide that is creeping up in our society is quite staggering and sad. Like much of what we all see online about the shootings and police and riots, we at Reach Consulting believe online ...

Held to a Higher Standard

It is hard being a leader in a church. You are supposed to put on the perfect face with the perfect life. Or so that’s the lie that Satan wants you to believe. You work long hours. You may not have a good support system. You may not know how to lead well to begin ...

Church Holidays

Does your church close the office doors during federal holidays? We just celebrated Fourth of July. It just happened to be on a Monday. Through all the excitement of a three day weekend, fireworks and pool parties, some churches were still open for regular business. All of us at Reach Consulting? We took the day ...

You Decide Your Church Culture

Culture is one of those words that is thrown around often but if you asked someone to describe it, they would have a hard time giving a solid definition. It is a feeling about an organization. It is the way it functions. It is the dress code. A solid definition of culture is culture is ...

A Major Change in Church Staffing

Society changes. We believe the Church needs to change with it. Not in its doctrine or core values, but in how it functions in order to keep reaching the ever-changing target. Have you ever had your team decide on doing a special event or launch a new initiative only to find out you didn’t have the technology to ...

Do You Know Your Personality Type?

The first time I understood that peoples personalities played into their everyday actions was an “aha” moment. Being 25, the idea that everyone has a unique personality that affects how they interpret their surroundings and interact with others was not a concept I had thought deeply about before. Now that I was leading other staff ...