Here are the top 5 blog posts for Christian Leaders on leadership and productivity I read this week, along with some posts from here you might have missed.
Here are the top 5 blog posts for Christian leaders on leadership or productivity that I’ve read this past week:
Somehow, I think this post might have been written especially for me! Chris argues that Christian leaders must be persuadable, and not treat disagreement as personal treachery. I agree, and I’m trying to listen better.
So many good points in this article, all to avoid the dreaded blank sheet of paper. I am especially drawn to preaching in series and prayerfully going where the passage takes me.
Is there any greater privilege for the Christian leader than to walk with the suffering and dying on the final part of their earthly journey? Zac has some great pointers on how to handle these precious pastoral moments.
Christian leaders must be readers. It is one of the most important avenues for growth. I always want to read more than I do, so these tips from Dan might help. The one I struggle most with is abandoning a book that isn’t helpful!
As Christian leaders, we need to equip our people for personal evangelism. Here are some ideas that might be promoted. I can see myself using a few of these.
The Salvation Army has embarked on an accountability drive. Accountability is often a downward movement. What about upwards accountability?
And why not look at some of the www.equippinghispeople.com posts to read you may not have seen this week:
- Christian Leadership: Why Me?
- 8 New Year’s Resolutions That Are Easy to Keep
- Sermon Podcast: Dare to be Different | The Lion’s Mouth (Daniel 6)
- Bible Message: Getting Ready for Christmas | Living Ready for Christmas (Luke 3:8-17)
- Bible Message Podcast: Clean Break | Treating You Right (Philemon 12-25)
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