Money can be the root of all sorts of evils. At the same time, it’s necessary to provide food, shelter, and plenty of other important things. How do the gospel and money relate? Can we love money and the gospel? Helpful thoughts on money and the gospel from Halim Suh.
Christian leadership is difficult sometimes, no matter your context. Whether you’re a pastor, leading a Christian non-profit, or the CEO of a Fortune 500 company, leading like Christ can be really tough. Dave Kraft shares three essentials for leadership fruitfulness and longevity.
Someone sends you an email message or a text, and you’re unsure how to respond. It’s about a complex negotiation, or a politically sensitive situation. Or maybe it’s just from a person who unnerves you. You just need to stop, think, and (maybe) respond appropriately. Helpful advice from Harvard Business Review on emailing wisely.
Most days you try to win battles as a leader, don’t you? Sometimes you win. Sometimes you lose. But there are several battles leaders lose…every time. Even if you desperately try to convince yourself you’re winning. Carey Nieuwhof on three battles leaders lose every time.
Perhaps the single most helpful development from leadership studies to aid the church in Great Commission work is the study of organizational culture. Andrew Hebert shares his thoughts on the LifeWay Church Leaders blog on how you can change the culture of your church.