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True fulfillment as a Christ-following leader comes from a deep sense of two key understandings.
When we focus on discipleship as first priority, leadership skills are caught.
Like unique lamps or furniture, a well-designed life will have a look and feel all of its own. You can use design thinking to create a life that is meaningful, joyful, and fulfilling.
One word will make the difference between people smiling and nodding when you cast vision from the mission – or being moved to imagine and envision themselves on-mission in everyday life.
The work of the minister, pastor, elder, and/or church leader is to equip the church as a whole and believers individually for God’s work in the world. How is a church leader to engage in personal development?
Are you experiencing any of these three common leadership pitfalls that can lead to volunteer dropout?
When should you rewrite your mission?
Leaders who want to become a positive influence with their peers must learn how to overcome the tendency to be critical and become a critical thinker.
The practice of biblical hospitality is unique because it reaches out to those who cannot reciprocate. The very best hospitality is that which is bestowed, not exchanged.
In any scenario, cue most leader’s worst nightmare: giving a talk with zero prep time. How do you not just panic, throw up, freeze like a deer in the headlights or ramble on like someone who had their brain removed?
Here are 12 signs you’re just placing volunteers… not developing leaders.
Your main job as a leader is to remind your congregation continually of your church’s vision. Everything else you can delegate. You can’t delegate vision.
How are you taking advantage of social media platforms to not just promote events prior to their actual happening, but connect real-time with participants in the room – or “participants” around the world?
There are days… even seasons… when our faith, which should be so joy-producing, just seems stale.
God wants us to eat and remember—enjoy and worship him—and, at the same time, have our needs met by him.
There is a difference between just placing leaders in a role and actually developing leaders for ministry.
Five simple but important takeaways on communicating with Generation Z – this isn’t merely “preference” for them, it’s simply who they are.
Ministry breakthrough happens when churches embrace their cultural and geographic context and align people and resources to a vision that helps them make disciples.
Discipleship calls for our undivided attention and commitment to follow the commands of our Lord.
In a rapidly changing culture where the Bible is an option to as many as it is the inerrant Word of God, it’s challenging to create an environment of abiding faith in Jesus.