“Don’t assume your people know how to approach Bible reading. Provide some guidance.” Juan Sanchez shares about the importance of pastors (and their church members) being readers at the LifeWay Pastors blog.
“How do we let go of responsibility when we are wired so heavily towards not doing so? How do we delegate when the church holds us responsible for getting things done?” Ron Edmondson shares four easy steps to healthy delegation in a local church setting.
“A leader’s desire for efficiency that puts blinders on for anything but easier replication, better alignment of processes, and hacks to save dollars and time can have collateral damage to the areas they lead.” At the LifeWay Leadership blog, Brian Dodridge shares about the perils of trading excellence for efficiency.
“You can have a PhD in leadership and read everything there is on leadership and still not be effective.” Carey Nieuwhof shares five ways to become a better leader today.
“Spurgeon shepherded the largest Protestant megachurch in the world (he knew all 6,000 members by name), directed a theological college, ran an orphanage, and oversaw sixty-six Christian charities.” Christian George explains how Charles Spurgeon scheduled his week, and it’s fascinating.