Central to just about any leadership role is the oft-difficult task of making decisions. Some decisions are small, insignificant, and relatively easy to make. Some decisions, however, are big, weighty, and hard to make. Michael Kelley shares about how we might make decisions in light of the sovereignty of God.
Leaders face trials and temptations of all kinds. But, what is the greatest battle leaders face? Shawn Lovejoy thinks that the biggest battle leaders face is the struggle for their own minds.
Leadership can be frustrating. Whether you’re leading a multi-national corporation or simply trying to get your kids to soccer practice, leading people in the right direction has significant challenges. Having a short fuse on your temper makes leading more difficult, not less difficult. Art Rainer shares about having a short temper and how to hold it in check.
Have you ever had to lead significant change in your church or organization? All sorts of obstacles prevent change, but leaders must persevere and do what is best for the group of people they’re leading. Here are three ways to change your company’s (or church’s) culture.
“Preaching. It is not the only thing that we do as pastors, but it may be the most important thing we do as pastors.” A vital part of pastoral leadership is preaching, and it can’t be overlooked or improvised. Craig Thompson shares some practical helps at the LifeWay Pastors blog this week.