One Month Down...Eleven To Go


  • January 31, 2022
  • /   Chad Boswell
  • /   New Year
A cupcake complete with lit candles shaped with the number 31
The church, not unlike people as individuals, often has a new vision or new strategies that are implemented at the beginning of the year. How often do these new visions and strategies make it to the end of the year?

First Steps In Finding Vision


  • December 29, 2021
  • /   Chad Boswell
  • /   New Year
Reading glasses are being held in front of an optometrist's eye chart
Vision is one of the most important steps to spiritual warfare that the church neglects to even consider. Most do not look at vision as a part of spiritual warfare because it sounds ridiculous at first.

4 Scriptures for A Better New Year's Resolution


  • December 27, 2021
  • /   Chad Boswell
  • /   New Year
Fireworks over a lake
The one who has the problem is not the one you would go to for advice to get out of trouble. So why then do we rely on ourselves to change the direction our life is going if we don't like the current view? Do we need a New Year's Resolution? I say, "no."

Finding Rest In A Pandemic


  • October 12, 2020
  • /   Chad Boswell
  • /   Rest,Sabbath
Ivory colored scrabble tiles that spell out the word
Does it feel like it would be easier to find a needle in a haystack than it would be finding rest in 2020? You would think that it would be the other way around but for some reason pastors are working harder during this pandemic than they were before.

Transparency In Church Finances


  • June 17, 2020
  • /   Chad Boswell
  • /   Church Finances,Transparency
A pink piggy bank standing to the right of a magnifying glass magnifying the words
Ask yourself this question, “does your church know what their donations go to?” This is a question that can be easily answered. The solution? Tell the congregation what is done with the offerings.