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The Pastor's Currency is Influence
Are you spending it wisely?
The Pastor's Currency is Influence. Are you spending it wisely? Lee Eclov. 0; tweet; link. share; share. expand: email; print. We recommend this Building Church Leaders training tool:
Make Criticism Your Friend
Change your perspective, and criticism can actually propel you forward in God’s mission.
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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
When It’s Time to Quit
“Finish what you start” isn’t always good advice.
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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
How to Serve Your City When You Aren’t a Megachurch
Our resources are limited, but that hasn’t stopped us.
The kingdom of God is advanced when people in our communities place their faith in Jesus as Lord. That is God's ultimate desire, and it is our ultimate motivation as well.
Lead with Your Whole Self
Great leadership begins with leading yourself well.
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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
No Need to Downplay Your Leadership
God calls us to both humility and confidence.
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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.
Move Forward in Faith
Let fear motivate you to accomplish your purpose.
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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
Why Moral Failure Happens When Ministry Is Going Great
7 characteristics of success that can lead to adultery.
Why Moral Failure Happens When Ministry Is Going Great. 7 characteristics of success that can lead to adultery. Mike MacKenzie. 0; tweet; link. share; share.
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.
Let the Gospel Be Slow
Recognize how impatience hurts your leadership
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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.
Connecting with Your Team
How to keep the lines of communication open
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Let your team members know that you feel they are important. It only takes a few minutes and a few words to inspire. What's the difference between motivation and inspiration?
5 Leadership Essentials
The most important things a leader does.
That kind of synergy and unity and teamwork is powerful. Leaders motivate their co-workers. Motivation makes work fun. It can make thankless tasks exciting.
I Needed Coaching
… and Why You Might Too.
insights. They help a person unearth the motivation and solutions for their own problems, all the while keeping him or her responsible for growth. An
Temptations in Ministry
Sinful behavior may be visible, but the source of that behavior is beneath the surface.
When used with godly motivation, he could cast a vision for a church or ministry, and followers would grab their oars and do their part to get where they needed to go.
The Care and Feeding of Leaders
respect, feel good about, and are committed to their leader, they will see their goals satisfied through the goals of their leader." When there is internal motivation, close supervision is not
Delegating Tasks In the Small Church: Two Options and Six Lessons
When there's little help available, we can either do fewer activities or train more disciples. Here are six ways I learned to do both.
Pivot: A Blog by Karl Vaters - Article
There were very few people to delegate anything to; Most of my motivation came from my own feelings of guilt. Motivation by guilt leads to burnt-out pastors and unhealthy churches.
Why Didn’t the Disciples Ask Jesus How to Measure Success?
Would Jesus have responded to the question “how will we measure success” with anything less than a face-palm?
Pivot: A Blog by Karl Vaters - Article
Would Jesus have responded to the question “how will we measure success” with anything less than a face-palm?
10 Principles that Have Helped Me Overcome Writer's Block
Writing was always hard for me. Until it wasn't. None of these ideas originated with me. But they work for me. And they might work for you.
Pivot: A Blog by Karl Vaters - Article
Writing was always hard for me. Until it wasn't. None of these ideas originated with me. But they work for me. And they might work for you.
8 Commitments Leaders Owe Their Teams
A leader can't exist without people to lead—treat them well.
works and develop healthy rhythms. For a deep dive into this topic, carefully consider the motivation behind your own schedule. If you believe that you
What Gets People to Want What’s Right?
There are better ways to motivate than should, ought, and must.
When we do things that way, we make it harder for people to respond out of the deeper and more meaningful place of love. We want an internal motivation, not a grudging obedience.
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