“Jesus was a friend of sinners. This is clearly established throughout the gospels. Jesus was among them, in relationship with them, respected by them and evidently they enjoyed his company enough that they continued to seek him out.” -Micah Fries sharing three ways to be a friend of sinners.
Pride is insidious, isn’t it? Leaders are prone to prideful hearts just as much, if not more, than those who don’t serve in leadership roles. Ron Edmondson shares 10 statements from leaders that may reveal a prideful heart.
What is the culture of your workplace? Is it a fun, productive place to work? Or is it a place people dread? A lot of thought and virtual ink is spilled regularly about workplace culture. Here’s the Harvard Business Review with five common myths surrounding workplace culture.
Team chemistry is huge, especially when it comes to leading teams. But a lot of times, team chemistry is poor and needs to be improved. The question is: how do we recognize poor team chemistry? Here’s Mark Riggins on Carey Nieuwhof’s blog with six signs of crumbling chemistry.
Church leaders should consider hiring Millennials, but if 20-somethings are going to lead churches, they ought to know these four things from John Quick.