Here’s a round up of leadership and productivity posts for this week, particularly from the top Christian blog sites that I could find. You’ll also find a summary of this week’s content on www.equippinghispeople.com.
Here are the top five posts to read on leadership or productivity from top Christian blog sites that I’ve read this past week:
A different type of blog post at the beginning of 2019. David argues that grumbling is a form of profanity. Not specifically aimed at leaders, but when I read it, I recognised that as a leader I am sometimes guilty of grumbling.
An interesting list! The ones that spoke to me most? “I don’t like to see officers who, while professing to be publishers and examples of the religion of love, make it evident to all around them in their every day conduct, that they live to please themselves” and “I don’t like to see officers doing the lady or the gentleman or the ministerial…respectability has been the ruin of almost every religious organization that the world has known since the days of Laodicea. I don’t plead for vulgarity. I hate it. I love to see simple, natural, sanctified men and women, but I hate to see the ‘would if I could’ pretentious kind of people.”
Some important principles to remember here. John Maxwell has a lot to add to our leadership.
A Letter to the Inactive Member by Kyle Borg
This must be one of the most encouraging letters to an inactive member I’ve ever read! It is a lesson in how to gently confront someone in an encouraging way.
I am convinced that sleep is the answer to health and wellness. Jamie explains that deep sleep is the key.
And why not look at some of the www.equippinghispeople.com posts to read you may not have seen this week:
- Jesus Meets Needs | Shepherd and Sheep (Mark 6)
- The Power of Silence in Leadership
- What Do You Look Like? (James 1:17-27)
- Accountability: It Cuts Both Ways
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