“One aspect of leadership is appreciating the people one leads. I must admit, this has to be a discipline for me, because I’m not naturally wired for this.” Ron Edmondson shares seven suggestions for leaders when they are offering praise.
“How do you lead your congregation to be a people that reflect the Gospel? The answer is simple: be a person that reflects the Gospel.” Cliff Pace writes about the responsibility of the pastor to lead well at the LifeWay Pastors blog.
“Transitions are a normal part of life, but many people get derailed and some don’t recover at all from a transition.” Selma Wilson shares her wisdom on how you can respond to transition in your life.
“The Bible says that Jesus rose early while it was still dark and went to a secluded place to be with the Father. Imagine the difference it would make to follow his example.” Brian Dunks writes about why church leaders should be “originators.”
“Doing something we know we won’t dominate also strips us of our pride. If we only ever do things we are good at, we are failing to have a sober estimation of ourselves.” Michael Kelley shares three spiritual reasons why we should do something we’re not good at.