What I want to do VS What I should do

I wish that in life, you and I could have the luxury of just doing the things we want to do and not do what we know we should be…

  • Leadership Styles

    Guest Leader: Gloria Williams

    It is very important for leaders to be responsible and for leaders to be practical in their technique in dealing with those who are working with them on their team. So that we can be successful in everything that we are setting out to do. There are 3 areas I would like to share with you today. Delegated Leadership, Hands-on Leadership, and Responsible Leadership. Let me elaborate on these.

  • Having a better developmental conversation

    Guest Leader: Craig Groeschel

    What is a developmental conversation? As your organization grows, what happens? Sometimes you actually outgrow certain team members. Your organization is growing and getting stronger, and some people haven’t grown as rapidly as your organization and get left behind. What do you do? And how do you have a good developmental conversation with them? Here are 5 really simple things you can do.

  • The role of the church

    Guest Leader: John Jenkins

    Some years ago we had a minister come into the church to talk about the role of the church. And he taught us that the role of ministry is not just the minister’s role but it is everyone’s role, every member’s role, and responsibility. And he modeled and drilled that point home for us by going to a chalkboard and here is what he showed us.

  • The Big 3 of Leadership

    Guest Leader: James Merritt

    Everybody has qualities that they try to exhibit in their leadership and what I’ll give you is nothing new. But I do believe that these three in the ministry that I’ve had over the last 4 decades have been the biggest three that have made the biggest impact in my life as a leader. I’m not going to give them to you in any certain order but I try to constantly practice them on a daily basis. Here are my big 3 on leadership…

  • The Sabbath Principle

    Guest Leader: Scott Jones

    The Sabbath Principle, this is something that we have taken as a suggestion from God. We have taken it and made it something novel to live by. But it has been interesting in my time as a leader and leading leaders, to discover how many pastors and leaders actually neglect the principle of the Sabbath. We need to remember that the Sabbath is actually a command from God, He said you have to remember the Sabbath and do no work.

  • The Cost of Coaching

    Guest Leader: Nicole Crank

    The cost of coaching is being willing to deal with conflict. Never in my life have I had a leader or pastor call me or text me “Hey, guess what, I’m going to correct someone today. Tell them they were wrong and I get to deal with this sticky situation.” No, those are the days we don’t look forward to… However, we might be looking at those days a little bit wrong. This is what God shared with me about this.

  • Increasing Your Capacity

    Guest Leader: Brett Jones

    Everyone of us come with a God-given capacity, some people are better at one thing than another, for some people it is easy and natural to do something that other people can’t do. All of us have areas that we need to increase our capacity. If you don’t  you are set with whatever presets you have come with. Don’t stick to what your presets are but increase your capacity to become a high-level leader.

  • How to walk in forgiveness

    Guest Leader: Sandy Scheer

    As leaders, it is imperative that we show our people how to walk in forgiveness. A couple of years ago we as a family went through a situation with another family in the church. They were in leadership and good friends of ours. We had taken family vacations with them, we had helped raise their kids and they helped us raise ours. And one day they ended up leaving the church. This is how I handled it.

  • Basic Scheer Leadership

    Guest Leader: Bill Scheer

    It boils down to 3 components. #1 If you are the leader you have got to get out front. So whatever you have to do you have to get out front of the situation, of the personnel, of the circumstances, you have got to get out front of it whatever it is. You have got to find Gods promise and get out in front of the issue. Watch the video for the other 2 components of Basic Scheer Leadership.

  • The Ultimate Reluctant Leader

    Guest Leader: Beau Adams

    I consider myself to be the ultimate reluctant leader. Reluctant leader? Yes, I am always, time and time again, when God calls me to do something, I question God. I say, “who me, are You serious? Are You sure You have got the right person for the job?” Maybe you are like that too, maybe you too are a reluctant leader. Maybe you continue to throw up excuses to question God in what He has called you to do. Maybe you procrastinate. Maybe you put things off, just like me. Here is my challenge to you.

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