You have a finite amount of time to lead in your current context. It is wise to evaluate the stewardship of your role.
Yet the sheer number of articles about “hacking your time” shows the hacks are not always helpful.
When you get out of your office you gain the insight to address problems with credibility and clarity.
The reason people want to fly high is that there is less turbulence, typically, the higher you go.
Because it is so important, preschool ministry must be close to the heart of those who lead the church.
The biggest hindrance to a leader’s development is not intelligence or work ethic. It is a lack of self-awareness.
There is great and liberating news: ministry leaders serve the only group that will last forever.
Wise leaders adjust their leadership to the people they lead. In other words, wise leaders are servants.
Savvy and wise leaders learn to communicate well, to hold people accountable, to set goals, and to move people in a direction.
Dietrich Bonhoeffer boldly declared that sin demands to have a man by himself. We must resist the temptation to live and serve in isolation.