“When we believe that God is wise, we believe that He is not negligent when it comes to the timing of circumstances in our lives. Instead, we trust that God is operating on His own time table which, contrary to what we might feel, is actually the best time table,” Michael Kelley shares his wisdom on patience and leadership.
Sometimes, a pastor is in such a situation in his local church that it is just time for him to leave. It’s rarely an easy decision for all involved—sometimes it’s easy for the pastor and hard for the church, and sometimes it’s the other way around. Regardless, no matter how well things are going at your church, pastors, you should be cognizant of when it may be time to leave.
Productivity hacks are great. I am all about taking intentional steps to save time where I can in order to make myself a more effective and efficient person. The problem is, a lot of us pursue productivity hacks instead of hard work because we’re lazier than we want to admit. Productivity hacks will never replace hard work.
“Leaders know there is a difference between conviction and stubbornness.” Check out this and 39 more great quotes from J. Oswald Sanders’ classic, Spiritual Leadership, at the LifeWay Leadership blog.
Leaders must not demoralize the people they lead. Work and ministry are difficult enough on their own, and those who lead or shepherd others need not add any discouragement to the people they lead. Helpful thoughts from Art Rainer this week on ways leaders demoralize their teams.