4 Ways To Lead Through Easter

4 Ways To Lead Through Easter

In churches all over the country, we are preparing for Easter, and it seems the spiritual temperature is turned up. Our collective faith and hope increase. Good things seem to happen and we experience, what we like to call, “momentum” in our churches.

In spite of this momentum, we as leaders tend to become defeated, miss opportunities and are left weary after Easter. Here are 4 ways to lead well through Easter.

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5 Potential Problems With Your Organization's Vision

5 Potential Problems With Your Organization's Vision

When it comes to the conversation about vision, there is no shortage of content on the matter; especially within the Church. If I were asked to define vision, I would say that vision is not a plan we dreamed up. It’s not a dream we have planned out. It’s a dream we are planning for!

There are many oppositions to the visions of our church. We need to be actively removing the barriers to vision achievement that are within our control. Here are 5 problems you may be having with your church’s vision.

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3 Ways To Reach More People This Christmas

3 Ways To Reach More People This Christmas

While people in our culture are pausing to celebrate a holiday based upon the birth of Jesus, christians can be found making statements like "Don't take Christ out of Christmas" in reference to the abbreviated "X-Mas". This is our time of year to reach people no one is reaching. Here are 3 ways to reach more people this Christmas Season

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3 Things You Have To Give To Lead

3 Things You Have To Give To Lead

Moses wasn’t perfect but no one denies that Moses was a leader. Well, why? What are the traits that make Moses a leader? I’m not just talking about the things Moses did. I’m talking about characteristics of his life that shaped his leadership. When I look at his relationship with Joshua I see 3 things Moses gave:

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The 5 Different Ways People Think

The 5 Different Ways People Think

So there's a guy on your team who's always coming up with new ideas without executing on any of them.

Or there is a gal on your team who is afraid of all new ideas and wants to know how this idea will be executed.

There are people that are so organized that organization is their goal over execution. And there are those that are so unorganized they can't execute on anything.

And then there is everything in between. Where do you land? Where do your teammates land?

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