“If you make family a priority you will be able to do ministry for the long haul.”
“These are just seven apps I use to help with productivity.”
“I want people I’m attempting to lead to take me seriously as a leader.”
In the past couple of weeks, I’ve had conversations with three different young leaders all asking essentially the same thing. How do I rise in my job?
If a church’s strategy is not grounded in making disciples, the church has abandoned the mission Christ has given.
The challenge for this generation of church leaders is to keep the methods fluid and the mission sacred. The more we do that, the more effective we’ll be.
Who are you developing to take your place? If leadership development isn’t communicated and followed up on, it won’t happen.
Five qualities of a leader and how to cultivate them in your teens.
I have learned personally that leading well requires discipline. It doesn’t happen naturally.
So you really want to get better as a communicator. Great. But how do you do it? Especially when you plateau?