Here are some leadership and productivity blog posts I have come across recently.
How does the preacher — how do I — become the means, the instrument, by which the Holy Spirit works the miracle of seeing and savoring and showing the glory of Christ in the hearts of the people?
Disruption is hard because disruption is inconvenient. It’s far easier to keep doing what you’re doing hoping for better results. But just know this: being disrupted is far more painful than deciding to disrupt yourself. With that in mind, here are 6 disruptive church trends that will rule 2020.
Frankly, the truths listed below have pushed me to re-think the structure of my life, and perhaps they will challenge you as well.
I’m not one for New Year’s resolutions. January 1st has always felt like an arbitrary date to begin the things I know I need to do. However, three goals of mine happen to coincide with January 1st as the start date. Perhaps these goals—or resolutions—will inspire you and your preaching.
Does the concept of leadership have any value at all if leaders don’t use it to elevate those around them and advocate for the needs of others? Does having power and influence really matter if you aren’t perceived as using it to create transformational experiences? What is even the point of developing leadership skills and talents if you neglect to use your competence to inspire deeper thinking, maximize engagement and drive results for the organization and the people within it.
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Why not check out these posts from around the blog?
- Top 5 Christian Leadership Blog Posts I Read This Fortnight – 06/09/19
- Top 5 Christian Leadership Blog Posts I Read This Fortnight – 03/06/19
- 10 Rules for More Effective Church Leadership Meetings
- Top 5 Christian Leadership Blog Posts I Read This Fortnight – 20/05/19
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