Links of the Week (5/2/15)

Each Saturday we point you the best content we have encountered over the week on the internet.

Links of the WeekLinks of the Week

When People Are Your Method – by Will Mancini

How can a church raise its visibility in the community?

There are dozens of good answers to this question. But there is only one great answer. The great answer is simple.

Resolutions Toward Reconciliation

As leaders we must be aware of what is happening in the world. And Jon Stamm in this post does a good job of laying out steps we can take when reconciliation feels hopeless in the face of racial tensions.

Is Your Job Creative Enough to Resist Robot Animation

As a leader (Joe), sometimes I wonder: could a robot do my job? I think the answer is no. What do you think? This article discusses various careers that may be overtaken by robots soon, interesting read.

Why Aren’t Unknown Pastors Headlining Christian Conferences? – by Aaron Armstrong

Christian conference season is in full swing once again, which means there’s inevitably going to be a flood of blog posts and tweets from various corners of the Interwebs about this or that event. Some folks will be live-blogging. Others will be live-tweeting. And some will be lamenting the fact that there aren’t any “ordinary” pastors headlining anything.

5 Ultra Simple Leadership Hacks That Can Help Anyone – by Carey Nieuwhof

Here are 5 of my absolute favourite basic leadership skills that are far too easy to overlook.

Own them, and you’ll become a much more effective leader.


 

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Written by Brandon Kelley

Brandon Kelley is the co-founder of Rookie Preacher and the author of Preaching Sticky Sermons and Crucified to Life. He serves as the Spiritual Development Pastor at a fast growing church in Batavia, Ohio, called The Crossing. Among the many things he does at The Crossing, serving on the teaching team is one of them. He also writes at BrandonKelley.org. You can follow him @BrandonKelley_. Watch his sermons here.