Each Saturday we point you to the best preaching, leadership, and ministry content we have encountered on the internet during the week.
Links of the Week
I chose ESPN’s coverage over the NFL Network because I felt they had smarter people doing the analysis – former GM Bill Polian, Mel Kiper, Jon Gruden, Todd McShay and the incomparable Louis Riddick (who should be a GM somewhere). As I listened to their comments, I gleaned the following 21 Skills Great Leaders Must Have. See which ones best apply to your personal growth and development.
Regardless of where your politics lean, many would sense that American culture is quickly becoming both post-truth and post-fact.
It’s happening right before our eyes.
I believe you can create an approach to sermon writing that will make your sermon speaking so much more enjoyable, productive, and powerful.
I’ve been sharing these weights and joys recently so that those who attend a church know what it is like to be a pastor and how to best support their pastor. When those two (a pastor and the congregation) work together, some amazing things happen. When they work against each other, it is a disaster.
Two common leadership lids that leaders run into are the lids of competency and character. To be an effective leader it takes both and if you’re in a growing church or organization at some point you will be seriously challenged by both of these lids.