• Congregational Leadership and Difficult People: Part 3 (Sapphira)

    Congregational Leadership and Difficult People: Part 3 (Sapphira)

    Visionary leaders will encounter opposition and that opposition can at times be brutal...leaving leaders wounded, confused, and disheartened. When faced with opposition, true leaders find ways to take back their rightful role by dealing forthrightly with problematic people.
  • Levels of Service Offered by the Partners

    Levels of Service Offered by the Partners

    Which service best fits your church's needs?
  • Tip: Know Thyself!

    Tip: Know Thyself!

    You can't find the minister who is right for you until you know who "you" are. Most churches want to jump right into the search process: looking at resumes, interviewing candidates. But a good search process begins with self-examination. Who are we? What do we value? Where are we going? These questions must be answered before a valid search can begin.
  • New Resources: Theology of Governance

    New Resources: Theology of Governance

    A New Testament Model for Church Leadership


Recent Blog Articles

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Congregational Leadership and Difficult People: Part 3 (Sapphira)

by Mark Frost

The story of Ananaias and Sapphira in Acts 5:1-11 is easily one of the most disturbing accounts in the New Testament, if...

Congregational Leadership and Difficult People: Part 2 (Sanballat)

by Mark Frost

Nehemiah had a clear-cut mission, to which he was unswervingly dedicated: rebuild the walls of Jerusalem. A clear mission like his calls...

Congregational Leadership and Difficult People: Sanballat, Sapphira, and Syntyche

by Mark Frost

At Interim Ministry Partners, we constantly challenge church leaders to focus on mission. There are countless benefits to be gained by sharpening...