Leadership is hard to earn but surprisingly easy to lose.
It’s easy to lead people who like you. But leading people who don’t like you is a whole different ball game.
This is the most overlooked (and powerful) force in ministry.
Great staff chemistry is vital for growth, and it doesn’t just happen on its own.
People often say that Jesus was a good leader. But He was an incredible follower…
“I have simply not found any systematized method of dividing up the limited resource of time that helps achieve ‘balance.'”
We are quick to list what we want in a boss. We hope we can count on them for the important things. But can they count on us for the important things too?
How do you know you’ve made the right choice in a student pastor?
No one local church can do every ministry. The question becomes which ministries should we support—and why?
Leadership is not a right or gift, it’s a responsibility to be earned.