God cares about work. That job you do for forty to seventy hours a week, God actually cares about it. He made you to do that job. He has called you to your profession, field and industry. Good words from Tyler David on the gospel and your work.
For the Christian leader, there is arguably no more important value than that of humility. It’s imperative that the Christian know who he/she is in light of others and who he/she is in light of Jesus. Dr. Thom Rainer, President of LifeWay, shares his wisdom.
In order to scale rapid growth within an organization, emerging leaders must be actively identified and developed. A core focus for the established leadership team should be to inspire additional leaders from the bench, not to amass more followers. Aseem Chandra at Entrepreneur has four fundamentals to inspire leadership within your company.
Ron Edmondson recently talked with Church Leaders about growing and developing as a leader. Watch this video as he shares insights from his many years of pastoring and leading churches and teams. Edmondson is pastor of Immanuel Baptist Church in Lexington, Ky., and an organizational leadership expert and consultant.
As a leader in general, but especially as a Christian leader, creating and implementing a system of values is of utmost importance. Without a system of values, there is no standard to which you can hold yourself or others. It’s important to verbalize these values and not just assume them. I respect Dave Kraft’s leadership wisdom, and here are his seven core values. Check his out and make your own!