“The first goal of community impact is not church growth.”
“Nothing hurts the progress of your church more than a staff member sliding into an unhealthy disposition.”
All good leaders must be willing to take a hand and be a good follower at some point.
It’s no secret that Satan wants to thwart spiritual growth. Anticipating his attacks is half the battle …
At some point you’ve done all you can do and you need more leaders to help you.
It doesn’t matter what title is on your business card. True leaders have influence and can lead from wherever they are in the organization.
Beware of these four “poisons” that will ruin your team.
“As a leader, pressure is no stranger to you. There is no way to avoid pressure, except to quit leading.”
You pray, interview, call references and so much more, but how do you know if your next hire will be a dream come true or your worst nightmare?
Far too many gifted student pastors flame out in their transition to senior pastor. They were superstar student pastors, then struggling senior pastors. Why does this happen? It’s rarely a shortage of talent, energy or vision, and the church is most often very supportive. We could state the obvious and say that the role of