The angel went to her & said, “Greetings, you who are highly favored! The Lord is with you.” Luke 1:28

According to Barna Research, the “#1 and #3 reasons Christians leave the church is that the church appears shallow and not friendly to guests.”

Upon further discovery, this shallowness comes from lack of leadership from the Church. Shallowness, lack of relationships, and uninspiring discipleship are chronic problems in the church community today.

But we’re not alone in that struggle. According to Barna Research, “One in four U.S. pastors (23%) selects ‘lack of leadership training and development’ as a major concern facing their church today.”

When we rely on ourselves as an individual, we
are small and insignificant. Without support,
we miss out on accountability, and a community we can rely on for strength, encouragement, experience, and wisdom. Lets face it, conflict is normal and it takes skill to bring us together.

Leadership is established by God, and through His grace, He has called us to be shepherds to guide
his flock. And we know that Proverbs 15:22 says without counsel plans fail, but with many advisors

they succeed. Once we are together we are stronger, and when we are strong together we can win.

Connecting the world one relationship at a time, is a vision we can all rally around. Sin and selfishness cause us to be isolated. We are passionate about equipping and empowering pastors so they can reach their communities and develop powerful discipling relationships.

Together in community and collaboration with other pastors, we are strong. As Christians, we are not meant to go in alone; we have been created to be in community with God and one another.

Let’s discover the life God has for us. A life of community, connection and leadership!

By serving our fellow pastors and our community with humility, we can see clearly, lead confidently and engage with immediate impact on the current church community.

Together, we can make an impact for the kingdom of God by reinvigorating our local communities. So ultimately, we can all hear, “Well done, my good and faithful servant.”

HFM is empowering, inspiring, and training leaders to inspire spiritually healthy disciples. Founded by Dr. Anderson, an executive at the
7th largest non profit in the US with decades of relational and conflict management experience, we care about each Church leader at an individual level, and believe that healthy leaders inspire spiritually healthy disciples.

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