I was certain there would be a high level of subjectivity in the answers I would receive based upon the differences of church sizes, styles and staff cultures of those I asked. I was surprised to find an overall consensus on these three church staff positions.
There are a plethora of tone-deaf leaders who are out of sync and rhythm with people and their context.
How you handle temptation will determine the effectiveness and longevity of your ministry.
So at the risk of sounding like a grumpy old codger (not sure that’s really a word), here are a couple of things that will help young leaders advance in their leadership.
“It’s easy to think limits don’t apply to you. In some ways, they don’t. Until they do.”
“When you have the wrong measure of health, you build the wrong plan to move forward.”
You don’t have to know everything in order to lead your team.
These qualities exhibit the core of a strong work ethic, and the ability to get things done.
What amount is right and still honors your church?
“Trust that He will care for you and give you what you need.”