3 Leadership Cop Outs That Sound Spiritual, But Aren’t By Carey Nieuwhof
I often hear from people who say “We don’t any need more ideas/strategies/conferences/ skills…all we need to do is ________,” and then they fill in the blank with something that sounds spiritual. Maybe you have people like that at your church, or someone like that on your team. It’s amazing how common this perspective is.
3 Common Ways Leaders Disqualify Themselves By Eric Geiger
With the recent passing of the great preacher and evangelist Billy Graham, many are celebrating his finishing well. He remained faithful to God’s call on his life, fought the good fight, and finished the race. He avoided scandal and accusations against his integrity and was above reproach as he faithfully served the Lord throughout his life and ministry. We should be thankful for the example. And Billy Graham’s example stands in stark contrast to what, at times, seems to be epidemic among leaders—tragic, self-inflicted disqualification.
Four Ways Leaders Should Keep An Outward Focus By Thom S. Rainer
Dr. Rainer unpacks these four points for us. Watch this video and be encouraged!
1. Pray for opportunities
2. Pray to fight distractions and discouragement
3. Learn from other leaders
4. Put it on your calendar
Leading Well: 3 Characteristics of Humble Leaders By Kelly King
Many would argue that Reverend Billy Graham was the most influential Christian leader of the 20th century. Leader of global revival gatherings. Confidante to presidents. Charismatic and clear with the gospel message. These are descriptions many would use to explain Graham and his far-reaching influence.