“Getting beyond your own narrative helps you widen your outlook, cleans up your perspective, and softens your heart.” Steve Graves shares about the importance of being a thoughtful leader.
“It’s true that glamorizing the past can leave you longing to go back rather than forward. But ignoring the past can be just as dangerous. Knowing your history can make all the difference in charting the path to the future.” My friend and colleague Selma Wilson talks about three critical leadership lessons we need to learn from the past.
“As Millennials (those born between 1980 and 2000) continue to fill leadership roles in the workplace, they are faced with some common challenges. What challenges are young leaders facing today?” Art Rainer answers his own question in his blog post on challenges young leaders face.
“Your personality test is not a license to be a jerk. We might tend to think it does. After all, we might reason, God has made me this way. Yes, I know my personality is a bit abrasive, but that’s because I’m this color or that animal or this combination of letters.” Personality tests are great, but Michael Kelley explains why we shouldn’t use them as a crutch.
“Isolation is one of Satan’s favorite schemes for ministers, so don’t be surprised when a simple text becomes a divine appointment.” Mark Dance shares about the importance of building bridges with other pastors on the LifeWay Pastors blog.