Our lessons in leadership continue. These series of posts are based on the work of Myron Rush in “The New Leader.” We turn our attention today to the issue of risk. Every leader knows that at some point each must weigh how much risk they are willing to take. Early in my ministry, my goalContinue reading “Are You A Leader Willing to Risk Failure?”
Do you have the courage to stand alone?
“Teach the wise, and they will become wiser; inform the righteous, and their learning will increase.”– Proverbs 9:9 I have this saying. It keeps me grounded and avoids unnecessary frustration in life. During times of frustration with systems, I can’t change. Or situations, where decisions are being made that not just me, but many others also think,Continue reading “Leadership 101: You Can’t Stop Stupid! And Trying to Fix Stupid Hurts!”
Do you have the boldness to lead?
When it seems you are going through the motions as a church, you are in need of a vision.
Church planting is a strikes at the heart of Satan’s strongholds.
Leaders need to communicate often the vision for church planting
Looking back in time I remember vividly embarking on my professional career. Newly armed from all the training to debate theology with my younger counterparts I thought I was prepared. But when I attended that first leadership meeting I realized just how ill-prepared I was to lead this seasoned leadership team. All eyes turned toContinue reading “Five Ways to Expand Your Ministry Capacity”
Leadership is never stagnant. Every leaders is constantly learning and growing.
Humility makes good leaders into great leaders.