This key principle includes both paid staff and volunteers.
If you want to limit your church’s growth, attempt to control everything.
“If you’re like me even the words ‘constructive feedback’ or ‘constructive criticism’ make your stomach flip-flop.”
If a church’s strategy is not grounded in making disciples, the church has abandoned the mission Christ has given.
Who are you developing to take your place? If leadership development isn’t communicated and followed up on, it won’t happen.
Leadership is not a right or gift, it’s a responsibility to be earned.
“Feeling under pressure? Overworked? Are you and your team working hard but can’t seem to keep up, let alone get ahead? You are not alone.”
These are always discussions I’d rather not have, but I know are necessary for the continued health of the relationship, the team, and the individual.
“I wish I had stayed.” I’ve heard that sentence from many pastors. Given the perspective of several years, they wish they had not left a church as soon as they did. Indeed, I was one of those pastors.
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