Some leaders are wired for the long haul. Others are best suited to short-term positions. Both are needed in ministry.
“Here are three major communication struggles leaders should seek to avoid.”
“Your identity is not based on what you do, but based on what Christ has done.”
“As you read these five tensions, ask yourself which ones reflect your strengths and which ones need strengthening.”
“Here are four ways leaders who need to be liked hurt those they are leading.”
What makes leaders great is how they handle their mistakes.
Nehemiah’s response gives us hope in our discouragement.
“While we all wrestle with pride, greed, lust, envy and the other “deadly” sins, one great fault has emerged in today’s digital age…..choosing the immediate over the important.”
“When we give our fears forecasting authority, we adopt a low view of God.”
“I didn’t see that coming. Everything seemed fine at first, well, for awhile, then seemingly out of nowhere we were in conflict and in a few months he was off staff. It didn’t go well at all, it was like a death on staff!”