Living with Kingdom Priorities

Living with Kingdom Priorities

When someone says, “I’m concerned…,” we usually perk up and listen. It signifies that whatever is spoken next is deeply personal and pertinent in the moment. You can tell a lot about a person by what they are concerned with at any given moment in life. When we are...
DLP #002: What’s Killing Your Leadership? Burnout!

DLP #002: What’s Killing Your Leadership? Burnout!

Thanks for Listening! Help out by subscribing and leaving a review in iTunes. Share this show using the buttons in the player above. Read the Article Version Below [Adapted from the Transcript] What is it that’s drowning us, as leaders? What is it that’s...
How to Make Next Year Your Best Year Ever

How to Make Next Year Your Best Year Ever

Think back with me to January One of this year. What were your resolutions? And if you don’t “do” resolutions, what were your intentions? What were your goals and dreams? And how have you done with them? There is a spiritual truth I learned long ago...

The Three Big Priorities In a Pastor's Work

What are the priorities of a pastor in the work of the ministry? That’s a tricky question. I’m fascinated by leadership and management principles that find their roots in the lives of Jesus, the apostles, and other biblical characters. But I also know that...
Living With a Single Priority

Living With a Single Priority

Priorities. Did you know that word actually means pretty much nothing? The word priority comes from the Latin word prior which means former or first. That which is a priority is first. It’s the source out of which something else comes. So to have many different...
My ONE Big Resolution. Yep, Just One.

My ONE Big Resolution. Yep, Just One.

Yep. Just one. I plan on eating better based on what I’m learning from reading The Daniel Plan. I also want to exercise and run. Those are probably typical. I also want to read through the Bible, pray more, lead better, and date my wife like crazy, blog (almost)...
3 Ministries of Every Church Staff Member

3 Ministries of Every Church Staff Member

Some churches view the staff as hired workers. If that is the case in your church, respect your leaders and don’t blame any rebellious attitudes on what I am about to say about this. Other churches view the staff as interdependent creative thinkers and leaders....

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