Even when my ministry position allows me to have the last word, it doesn’t have to be mine. I can have a vision for future ministry without denigrating past ministry. If I hoard leadership to receive all the credit when something works, I will also receive all the credit when something doesn’t. Progress at the […]David Manner
Be one. Build many.
We make our plans but they often go in much different ways. The key is how we respond to life’s challenges. Do we complain and moan? I often do. The challenge is to see beyond the circumstances and see the golden nuggets in the midst of our trials.Joe Handley
By definition, leaders have too many responsibilities on their plate. This is what distinguishes leaders from non-leaders – the ability to think it through and then act. And the courage to do so. Leaders execute. This is the fundamental nature of leadership. This is the core willingness of the leader. This takes courage. So trust [...]Malcolm Webber
Sailing seems to be only action: flying over the water, leaping over the white crests, slicing through the sea spray. But without thoughtful consideration the boat won’t take you where you want to go. The world is not changed by people who think. The world is changed by people who act. The world is changed well by people who think and [...]Malcolm Webber
During a recent interview, Keith Yoder of Teaching the Word Ministries shared a bit of his background, what has changed in leader development, what he has learned, and challenges he has faced during his long career as a leader. His answers express a clear and continuing need for attention to clear identity and clear direction as [...]Matthew Stewart