Speaking the Same Language
For us to have success in developing future leaders, it is critical that we are speaking the same language with the same definitions underneath the common language. Common language, with a common understanding, is essential for oneness. Oneness is essential for a culture of developing leaders. – Eric Geiger This holds true for the church. … Continue reading “Speaking the Same Language”
Don’t be afraid to ask….
….even when you think it is a dumb question. I’ve asked many dumb questions in my life. It never hurts. I am where I am. I was not demoted, maligned or questioned because of my dumb questions. In fact, when I am teaching in class, I love a student who asks a lot of questions. … Continue reading “Don’t be afraid to ask….”
Top Seth Godin Books that Changed How I think
During the early days of my blogging, a book was recommended to me called the Purple Cow by Seth Godin. It was a relatively short book and what I didn’t know at that time that Godin’s work would profoundly affect me. In his Purple Cow book, he mentioned how we are called to be set … Continue reading “Top Seth Godin Books that Changed How I think”
Spirit-Filled Leadership: How Does that Look Like?
“Spiritual leadership requires spirit-filled people.” – Oswald Sanders What distinctive should a Christian leader have compared to somebody who leads in an environment or organization that is not explicitly Christian? This is a good question to ask since the Bible has made it clear that there is no distinction between the sacred and the secular. … Continue reading “Spirit-Filled Leadership: How Does that Look Like?”
I would never have imagined that I’ll be working with one of the best next-generation leaders in my entire life under one local church. Working with Pastor Ryan the past two years has been an enriching experience for me and my leadership. It is refreshing to have someone in the team who almost has the … Continue reading “Trouble Shooter”