Leadership and Productivity
This Week’s Must-Read Leadership and Productivity Articles:
“When the pastor has to visit every sick person, perform every wedding and funeral, make regular house calls, attend every meeting, and lead every Bible study or group, they become incapable of doing almost anything else. Sermon preparation falls to the side, and providing organisational leadership for the future is almost out of the question. The pastoral care model of church leadership simply doesn’t scale.”
“There are many good sermons and good preachers, but there seems to be a level of great. Communicators that thousands listen to, thousands respond to and the Holy Spirit uses in incredible ways. So while I would not stick myself in that category, I hope to continue growing to be used by God as much as I can. … With what a preacher has power over, what separates a good from a great sermon?”
“Talk to any effective leader and they will tell you that fear has been a lifelong companion on their leadership journey. Anytime you push the envelope, launch a new initiative, or stake out new territory, you can be sure there will be an element of fear involved. One of the most important things I’ve learned from great leaders is how they move forward in the face of such fear.”
- How to Take a Sabbath: Healthy Leaders Don’t Avoid The Sabbath, They Get Ready For It
- Leaders are Readers: Keep Reading When You Get Back To Work
- 2 Ways To Avoid Overcommitting Yourself As A Leader
- Life as a Pastor: How Can We Cultivate Resilience in Ourselves and Others?
- The best way to pastor people…
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