When you are busy—and we’re all busy—we need principles we hold to in order to simply think, dream, and strategize.
Pastors can be the worst at allowing others to hijack the time God has given them.
If we fail to address the temptation to move toward laziness, we become unfaithful in our leadership.
As insecurity continues to fester in a leader’s heart, the insecurity can manifest itself in more painful ways.
Credibility is absolutely essential in leadership. Without credibility your great ideas won’t be heard and your big plans won’t be embraced.
If you are the lead/senior pastor, many will be blessed when you set the tone of your staff and leadership team by investing in those God has called to lead beside you.
You have a finite amount of time to lead in your current context. It is wise to evaluate the stewardship of your role.
While it is not a perfect analogy, I think there are a great many lessons that we can learn as pastors from coaches in professional and college athletics.
“Sucker-punch church members” can cause a lot of damage. How can you spot them?
The key difference between reaching your goals and seeing them fall by the wayside is your system of accountability and regular review.