“Your struggles as a leader don’t go away when your church grows. They simply change.”
“Your identity is not based on what you do, but based on what Christ has done.”
“When you have the wrong measure of health, you build the wrong plan to move forward.”
Frame what people need to know in the context of what people want to know.
After all, it’s often a deep discontent that drives us to want to make things better and makes us leaders in the first place. But that discontent can also hurt us and hurt others if we mishandle it.
Every pastor knows that you can experience every possible feeling in a given day. See if you can relate to these 5 mood swings.
When will we embrace the notion that (sometimes) less is more?
Emotional decisions are terrible decisions.
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.
I know I’ve settled for false productivity goals before I realized that there are better ways to organize my time.