As the leader, you’re responsible for the lives of the people on board, so it’s worth it to wait for clarity. It’s always better to make the right decision than a quick one.
Different organizations need to change in different ways. It could be about strategy, structure, personnel, or culture. But there is one constant. When the organization needs to change… the leader has to grow first.
One of the facets of Jesus’ leadership that sets him in his own class is his absolute purity of motives for leading. Let’s talk about some of the desires every leader should have.
Listening might be one of the most overlooked qualities of great leaders. Great leaders are learners, always keeping listening for what they need to know.
If you want to grow up in spiritual and emotional maturity, you have to learn to absorb criticism and correction well.
I'm a resource nut. I read, browse, bookmark, and stockpile links, books, articles, and resources. Then I share so much of it with you it's downright obnoxious! Here's this week's obnoxiously over-stuffed list of links and resources for living, leading, and loving...
Are you a parent of a teeanger? Or a soon-to-be teeanger? Or do you work in youth and student ministry? This conference is just for you!
The more we come to depend on an all-powerful God to show himself strong through our weakness, the more God will move among his people. Let’s pray as never before for God to expand the witness and influence of his church in this world! God, give us a breakthrough!
The gospel – the good news – is that Jesus died on the cross to provide a substitutionary atonement, paying for the penalty incurred by the sins of lost mankind. He rose again from the grave the third day resulting in His absolute victory over sin, death, and the grave.