"Wise leaders listen to wise people."
Here are some steps to hold back the flood of emails that might be overwhelming your inbox.
For most leaders, we never feel our work is done. What we are leading—and even more, who we are leaving—always weighs heavily on our mind.
"Delegation is critical to a successful church or organization."
Finance, fitness and food goals are important, but no goal is more important than sitting before God with an open Bible and a humble, teachable heart.
"The Bible is the only authority source that tells the truth about death, hell and eternity."
"In the evangelical church today, the hard edge of truth has crushed many."
"A church that meets all your needs is probably a church that’s off-mission."
God wants us to love Him, but then He really wants us to love others. Are we loving Him just for ourselves, and if we are…that isn’t enough.
"Pastors, do any of these make you smile when you receive them?"
"They key is not to panic."
Your personal walk with God will determine everything else in your life and ministry.
"Sometimes being let go allows God an opportunity to do something new in your life—even something better."
"Pastoring requires being a leader, but not every pastor is a strong leader."
"Great team members invest tremendous energy into producing mission-focused results for the organization."
"Lazy leadership is unfaithful stewardship."
Praying the Bible is one of the most rewarding engagement experiences. It essentially demands we put our faith in God’s Word and utter it back to Him, expecting Him to stay true to His Word in His time.
"If a church or organization is to grow, finding new leaders is critical."
“It is a great, sad, tragic irony that we so often miss true magic: the glory of God.”
Transition from throwing out information on the Internet and expecting people to buy in or attend, and move to inviting them to experience it with you.