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Tuesday – Improve your People Skills, Help for Insecure Leaders, Transformational Leadership & Taking Mature Disciples to the Next Level

27 Nov

Eight Ways to Improve Your People Skills Michael Zigarelli
Interpersonal skills are critical at work, in your home, at church, and around your neighborhood. Practice these time-honored and battle-tested skills to improve your effectiveness as you minister to the adults in your church family.

Five Ways to Fight Insecurity as a Pastor or Leader Ron Edmondson

Two & a Half Men Star says Show is “filth.” Erica Ritz, The Blaze
“Two and a Half Men– if you watch Two and a Half Men, please stop watching [it]…I’m ​on ​Two and a Half Men; I don’t want to be on it.  Please stop watching it. Please stop filling your head with filth.

Please– it’s, you know, people say it’s just ‘entertainment.’  The fact that it’s entertainment– do some research on the effects of television and your brain, and I promise you you’ll have a decision to make…it’s bad news.

Four Steps to Transformational Leadership Thom Rainer
Transformational churches have strong leaders. Their leaders understand the importance of every man and every woman. Superman is for comic books, not for the body of Christ. I fear church leadership has devolved to a counterproductive, bishop-driven system. The result is a disengaged, underchallenged, and underutilized missionary workforce.

Four Leadership Lessons from Nehemiah – part 1 Eric Geiger
Leading the organization, ministry, or church to actually live the vision and values is a chief responsibility of leaders. Aligning the people and systems to the overarching mission is essential.

How to Take Mature Disciples to the Next Level Randy Pope
For most of my 35 years of ministry, I’ve taken an annual study leave to evaluate my life, family and ministry. While I was away one year assessing the ministry of Perimeter Church, I began to realize that while we had been applauded and recognized for doing good things and being successful, in reality we were drawing a target around an arrow once it had been shot. We had been lauded for how far we had been shooting our arrow. But how foolish we had been to celebrate an aimless shot where the target is determined by the shot.

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