Building leaders who build the Church

Coaching and training for pastors and executive staff who are hungry to exceed their limitations and are ready for the next milestone.

Bolder Thinking
Higher Standards
Better Goals

A growing church rises and falls on developed leadership.

Underdeveloped leadership and outdated thinking halt the exponential growth a church could experience. An exceptional leader should be nurtured and developed to have an intimate relationship with God, their family, and their team—in that order.

Growth is a Product of Your Decisions

Church Growth

Moving the needle in the right direction will be a result of better developed leadership. You could see an increase in all areas of ministry.

Staff Health

A supportive staff environment keeps people around. Not only does this help with personnel and budget, it creates a place where people love playing their part.

Strategic Thinking

You’re not a 1995 pastor, so there’s no need to think like one. Good teams need good leaders, and a good leader knows how to think strategically.

4 Overlooked Qualities Every Church Needs


Keeping your blinders on is essential in the Church world. Pay too much attention to others and the church loses momentum because they lost focus on what’s in front of them.



Drive and willpower need to go hand in hand just like grind and hustle. It’s one thing to work hard at specific tasks, it’s another to complete a mission.



This is an outward expression of your church when you build on gratitude and foster the spirit of honor in the house.  

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This is the belief that drives the commitment forward. Growth begs for a deep level of a “we’re going to do it anyway” kind of mindset. 

Another Way to Think About:


This series was well done! And full of provocative insights worth reading again and applying. Here are some of my favorite insights I pulled (and applied) from each episode. EPISODE ONE 🏀 Hard to believe that anyone would want to remove who’s winning. “This is your last season even if you win 82 games.” 🤯🙄


Something that’s helped me succeed in leadership (which I realize is a relative statement) is this:  I believe in who other people don’t believe in.  This isn’t the same as shorting stocks or betting on a bad horse just in hopes of hitting it big. And it’s not that I don’t see the same things the


You want that pair of descriptors to be said about you and your team. Who doesn’t? Think about the opposites though: Accidental and Typical. No dudes are getting those words tattooed on their forearm. And no girl is hand-lettering them to put on their entry table. Typical is like gravity. It’s always pulling you down

A 6th round pick can build a thriving church

A 6th round pick won 7 Super Bowl rings. And low picks can build thriving churches too. I know what it’s like to be overlooked and feel underdeveloped. I’ve spent the last 20+ years developing leaders across 5 continents, showing them the true potential they have which shows the church the potential it has for growth. 

How it Works

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1. Schedule a Call

We’ll spend some time on the phone learning more about your church, your needs, the areas that need attention and start our process.

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2. Take Inventory

The inventory process is both for me and for you. We’ll look through numbers, budgets, processes, and most importantly help you look deeper into your staff and culture to see what needs attention first.

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3. Develop a Plan

I’ll present a plan for how we can work best together. From there, I’ll visit your church, talk through final details, and we’ll start to change the game.

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4. Win at What Matters

It doesn’t take long to see the results of healthy leadership. You’ll notice that your team is unified, your church is on mission, and that your numbers are consistently moving in the right direction.

Normalizing the exceptional and eliminating busyness is what I do best.

Underdeveloped leaders leave their staff wanting more and their ministry plateaued. I develop leaders who maximize their potential, activate a growth mindset, and create a culture that’s easily multiplied.

I believe conviction should give the courage and fire to pursue growth and build a great team. I know what it’s like to be overlooked and underdeveloped which is why I’ve dedicated my life to building leaders who build teams who build The Church in ways you might not have thought.

You can be a great pastor and still struggle with developing people, and it’s time to change that. Let’s talk.

And in the meantime join me on Instagram so we can keep this conversation going. I’ll help you discover another way to think about your mission, your team, and your potential.

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