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The Surprising Reason Women Go to Seminary
And what it can teach churches about discipling women.
WomenLeaders.com - Article
Beyond these three reasons, however, there was one motivation I didn't expect. This motivation is normal and good for any Christian called to ministry.
Make Criticism Your Friend
Change your perspective, and criticism can actually propel you forward in God’s mission.
WomenLeaders.com - Article
Sometimes it's hard to know the motivation from which a criticism originates, but the end result looks the same: “I wouldn't have done it that way!” Are you frustrated by someone who has
Confessions of a Former ‘It’ Church Pastor
We were the hottest church in our area. Then everything imploded.
Finally, after 13 months of confrontation, Gordon and his family stopped attending our services. Only, they didn't really leave. I went from spending all
The Weight of Stress in Ministry
Women are three times as likely to experience depression.
WomenLeaders.com - Article
Not only does it affect us physically, but when stress goes unchecked, it can affect our mental health, too, causing anxiety, restlessness, lack of motivation or focus, irritability or anger
When It’s Time to Quit
“Finish what you start” isn’t always good advice.
WomenLeaders.com - Article
As a child, I was told, “Don't be a quitter.” and “Finish what you start.” These commands served as a means of encouragement and motivation for academic performance, athletic prowess
Lead with Your Whole Self
Great leadership begins with leading yourself well.
WomenLeaders.com - Article
a desire to control. We may not call it that, but with a little excavation of our hearts, we find our desire to control underlying our motivation. Part of the responsibility
5 Ways to Build Confidence
Don’t miss these opportunities to develop talent in those you lead.
Good intentions have never changed a thing. Believe that latent talent rests inside people on your team—that's all the motivation you should need to take action.
No Need to Downplay Your Leadership
God calls us to both humility and confidence.
WomenLeaders.com - Article
Father who is in heaven” (Matthew 5:16). The motivation is glory to God—but the operation is fearless light shining. Read as Single Page Page:1234|Next.
The Success Affair
Why do so many adulterous relationships begin when ministry is going well?
3. Pastors themselves think they are doingfine. Because of the results they are seeing, pastors may sell their own soul a piece at a time for the sake of success.
Churches and Public Domain • Using Silence • First Impressions: Management Roundup
Trends, tips, ideas, and stats to help church leaders manage well this week.
ManagingYourChurch.com - Article
5. Notable quote. "People often say that motivation doesn't last. Well, neither does bathing—that's why we recommend it daily."—Zig Ziglar (via Lolly Daskal, inc.com).
Reviewing Interview Questions • Admitting Weaknesses • Get Emotionally Smart: Management Roundup
Trends, tips, ideas, and stats to help church leaders manage well this week.
ManagingYourChurch.com - Article
five qualities: 1) Self-awareness (honest about their strengths, weaknesses, and emotions); 2) Self-regulation (make considered decisions, not ruled by emotions); 3) Motivation (up for a
Move Forward in Faith
Let fear motivate you to accomplish your purpose
WomenLeaders.com - Article
For he raised us from the dead along with Christ and seated us with him in the heavenly realms because we are united with Christ Jesus.” As much motivation and encouragement as
Church Playground Safety • True Steward Leaders • The Worst Leadership Decision: Management Roundup
Trends, tips, ideas, and stats to help church leaders manage well this week.
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Leaders who absorb praise produce resentment and sacrifice motivation" ("The True Freedom of a Steward Leader," by R. Scott Rodin, blog.christianleadershipalliance.org).
We Were Seduced by Power
Five pastors confess their temptations to manipulate, control, and cling to worldly significance.
Power to be Significant. I have used my pastoral position to groom a persona worthy of esteem and praise. I have craved the recognition and adoration of others in unhealthy ways.
Church Management Roundup: 9.8.14
Five trends, tips, ideas, and stats to help church leaders manage well this week.
ManagingYourChurch.com - Article
These kinds of questions will help you identify her motivation to learn and her capacity to change ("21st-Century Talent Spotting" by Claudio Fernández-Aráoz, hbr.org).
Slay the Beast of Ambition before It Slays You
3 ministry proverbs to quell competition and cultivate humility.
Asking regularly what my motivation is, religiously practicing Sabbath, and ruthlessly eliminating comparison out of my life help to address my racehorse tendencies and slay the
7 Steps to Start Becoming a Church People Want to Commit To
A lot of recently unchurched people are like some of the rowdy kids in school. They’re ditching because they’re not being challenged.
Pivot: A Blog by Karl Vaters - Article
A lot of recently unchurched people are like some of the rowdy kids in school. They're ditching because they're not being challenged.
Monday Church Management Roundup: 6/16/14
Five trends, tips, ideas, and stats to help church leaders manage well this week.
ManagingYourChurch.com - Article
("Leadership Transitions: Increase the Odds for Success," by Dave Staal, BuildingChurchLeaders.com). The "do unto others ..." school of motivation.
12 Ways to Know If You’re Pastoring Like a Boss – Or Like a Leader
There are some simple ways to tell the difference between a boss and a servant leader. And they come from the example of Jesus.
Pivot: A Blog by Karl Vaters - Article
There are some simple ways to tell the difference between a boss and a servant leader. And they come from the example of Jesus.
Let the Gospel Be Slow
Recognize how impatience hurts your leadership
WomenLeaders.com - Article
Regardless of how smart we are or how much motivation we have to grow, this change takes exponentially more time than any of us would like to admit. I am a highly sensitive introvert.
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