Category: Discipline

  • Welcome The Plateau

    Welcome The Plateau

    As much as the indicators of organizational plateauing, left unattended, are harbingers of bad things to come, even the best of leaders meets them from time-to-time. When you’re actually waiting for the warning light on the dashboard to start flashing, its appearance will most certainly motivate you to prompt action! In some areas, our church…

  • Leadership 101: Meek and Lowly of Heart

    Leadership 101: Meek and Lowly of Heart

    Matthew 11:28-30 (KJV)    Come unto me, all ye that labour and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest. [29] Take my yoke upon you, and learn of me; for I am meek and lowly in heart: and ye shall find rest unto your souls. [30] For my yoke is easy, and my…

  • Levels of Leadership in Acts 1-7: Part 2

    Levels of Leadership in Acts 1-7: Part 2

    Part 2: Fathers Developing as Leaders Going to the next level of fatherhood, involves applying these same leadership steps from Acts 1-7 to fatherhood Acts 1: Fatherhood is about the Call and Commission The call is the sober realization that God has a destiny for our life. Commissioning is the specific task put before you.…

  • Levels of Leadership in Acts 1-7: Part 1

    Levels of Leadership in Acts 1-7: Part 1

    Using the development of leaders as we see it portrayed in Acts 1-7, we’re going to try to define the process that took flawed, weak men—normal kind of guys in many ways, and transformed them into men who fathered the fledgling church to become a force that changed the world. Part 1: Developing As Leaders…

  • The Greatest Test of a Leader

    The Greatest Test of a Leader

    Not wanting to sound too dramatic, may I simply say that I have known, worked with, observed and studied, or rubbed shoulders with some extremely terrible leaders as well as some absolutely excellent leaders! May I also be quick to say that my appreciation and thirst to become a good leader stemmed primarily from my…