Here are the top 5 Christian Leadership blog posts on leadership and productivity I read this week, along with some posts from here you might have missed.
Here are the top 5 Christian leadership blog posts on leadership or productivity that I’ve read this past week:
Amidst all the talk about being productive and efficient, it’s good to be reminded that we are called to be faithful first, rather than efficient. A useful balancing article.
My colleague Pete gives us five great ideas to help the church grow. They are not your usual suspects and deserve thoughtful reflection.
I have long been a fan of meditation, and a long term user of the Headspace app. I recognise many of the benefits Lolly outlines in this post.
Preaching: What Do We Need To Do To Progress In Our Preaching? by John Stevens
Do you ever feel as if your preaching is in a rut? These two suggestions from John might help. I particularly like the question he asks of people who give him encouraging feedback on his sermons.
A big question, and one about which I have to keep reminding myself. H.B. Charles, Jr. sets out a way of working for sermon preparation that helps us to avoid plagiarism.
Looking Back: How You Choose to Spend Your Time has a Price
How you choose to spend your time today has a price. For every one of the 1,440 minutes you spend doing one thing, will be one less on something else.
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?
- Read This! Links to Equip Leaders – 18/08/18
- Links to Good Ministry Blogs – 16/11/18
- Links to Blogs on Ministry – 23/11/18
- Links to Christian Blogs to Read – 07/12/18
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