Bill Wilson

Bill Wilson

Bill Wilson is director of The Center for Healthy Churches in Winston-Salem, N.C.

Reforming your church

Constant reformation is needed to keep the church viable.

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The conversation churches do not want to have

How many staff members a church needs and can afford is a conversation that no one wants to have, but good stewardship demands it.

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The perils of self-preservation

One of the glories of being created in the image of God is that we are invited to live at a higher level than instincts or feelings.

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Five tools for ministry success

Wise ministers and their churches are constantly looking for ways to be more like the people God has called us to be.

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Parish priest in post-Christian America

Every minister must navigate the polarity between ministry within the congregation and in the surrounding community.

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Flying blind

When we lose touch with reality, when we ignore our “instrument readings” and fly our life by feelings, we frequently fly our lives into the ground.

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Faith and health are inseparable

Faith and health are intertwined in ways that neither the academy nor the congregation fully appreciates.

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You can't please everyone

It's impossible to please everyone when selecting music in the church, but pastors and music ministers must remember to be Christ-like when discussing and making those decisions.

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The shredding machine

Effective church planning begins with spiritual discernment, not good ideas.

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Third-pig thinking

It is easy for the 21st century church to fixate on our vulnerability.

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