My wife, Sherryl, and I have been married for almost 44 years. We’ve been through ups and downs in our lives and in our ministry. Yet, we still have a zest for ministry as we see each other as ministry partners. When I wrote my second book, 5 Ministry Killers and How to Defeat Them,
Helping Leaders Lead... Smarter. Healthier. Better.
Biblically-sound, Brain-based Solutions
for Your Life and Leadership
Where Mind & Ministry Meet
Neuroscience-informed solutions for churches, teams, and ministry leaders.
“Charles Stone is a gifted ministry leader who is making an impact in the local church and beyond. His ability to integrate teaching on theology, leadership, and the brain provides a powerful and unique perspective on Christian life and ministry.”
Leadership Development Director
FEB Central Ministries
It’s important to know that a guest speaker can communicate biblical truth while at the same time intersect that truth with real life. I’m passionate about both. Whether your need is for a Sunday service, staff meeting, men’s retreat, marriage retreat (with my wife, Sherryl), or a leadership event, I’d love to explore the possibilities.
Pastors and church leaders face unique personal and ministry challenges. As a coach I come alongside a leader to encourage, facilitate self-discovery, and foster emotional, spiritual, and professional growth. I hold an Associate Certified Coach credential with the International Coach Federation and focus my coaching on pastors.
Church leaders need fresh perspective to deal with an ever-changing ministry landscape. I leverage my almost 40 years of pastoral experience and learnings from my six books and the hundreds of articles featured on leading leadership sites to help churches, church boards, and leadership teams maximize ministry effectiveness.
Let’s face it. Our minds wander, constantly. Research indicates that we mind-wander almost half our waking hours. We all have a bit of ADHD in us. That same research tells us that most mind wandering makes us unhappy. Although healthy mind wandering can enhance creativity, most of the time it doesn’t help. So, how can we
Busyness can make life barren. Several years ago I took improv classes in downtown Chicago to help develop my right-brain skills. I left mid-day to miss the traffic and then catch up on my task list at a table at Chipolte. One week, with my ear buds snug in my ears to block out noise,