Pastors and church leaders must be intentional about equipping people to be leaders, not simply enabling them to do what they want. If the church is to develop leaders effectively, we must equip.
In our present digital age, it is important to be inauthentic as leaders. It is imperative for leaders to be authentic. Brad Lomenick shares helpful thoughts here.
Recently, Chuck Lawless wrote on Thom Rainer’s blog about the importance of being physically fit as Christians. He makes some good points. It takes hard work, but leaders ought to pursue fitness.
It is en vogue right now to analyze emotional and social intelligence in the workplace. This analysis is almost always helpful, but there are some stereotypes that unnecessarily cloud our judgment. Here’s a good piece from Ron Edmondson on wrong assumptions about introverts.
“Is it fair to say that ministry staff rarely consider staff meetings the pinnacle of their week?” Yes, Mark, that’s fair. Good words from Mark Dance on how to make church staff meetings more meaningful and engaging.