“Leaders must be able to start things. Leaders must be able to complete things. And, more often than you’d think, sometimes leaders have to put an end to things.” Scott Cochrane shares three times a leader must kill a good idea.
“The world many leaders stepped into when they began in ministry no longer exists.” Carey Nieuwhof writes about how ministry leaders respond to a culture they don’t like anymore.
How does the leader’s context impact his or her methods? What is the difference between leading and managing? Josh Patterson shares some leadership lessons from Nehemiah on the LifeWay Leadership blog.
“Emails and texts can also get us in a lot of trouble if we’re not intentional about communicating clearly.” Tracey Smith shares three actions to take before sending a text or email.
“The good news is, God uses mentors of all shapes and sizes, from churches and ministries all over the world.” Marty Duren writes about mentoring relationships that make sense for pastors at the LifeWay Pastors blog.