If you want to know who you’re becoming, then take a look at your friends. We most resemble those we spend the most time with.
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You’re a Christian leader with the drive and passion to lead. But sometimes, like me, you need some fresh ideas and insight. I post a couple of times a week about what I’m learning, to help you live and lead too.
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- Surround Yourself with Wise FriendsIf you want to know who you’re becoming, then take a look at your friends. We most resemble those we spend the most time with.
- Find Someone Wise and Ask Them QuestionsA few years ago now, a retired senior leader of The Salvation Army came to stay with us. At the end of the weekend, I worried I had been like the Spanish Inquisition having asked him so many questions!
I am passionate about equipping God’s people for works of service that God calls us to out in the world, wherever we are, day by day.
CHRISTIAN LEADERSHIP: WHY ME?
When it comes to Christian leadership, like General John Gowans, I often wonder, Why Me?
Productivity: The challenge of balance
When it comes to productivity, almost everyone struggles with work-life balance and Salvation Army officers are no exception. I find it impossible to get everything done that I want to achieve.
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Christian leadership articles to equip you to discover the marks of Christian leadership and explore what characteristics and traits are needed to become an effective and inspirational Christian leader.
Productivity blog posts to equip you for personal effectiveness, especially in Christian ministry.
These discipleship articles seek to equip you in your growing walk with Christ. Discipleship is an ongoing process. We should never stop learning. We are continually learning and growing stronger in our relationship with God and in our love for others.
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A few years ago now, a retired senior leader of The Salvation Army came to stay with us. At the end of the weekend, I worried I had been like the Spanish Inquisition having asked him so many questions…
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