Leadership is not about being boss or bullying, but about motivating, serving, and equipping others to their full potential.
01/11/2007 by Rubel Shelly
So often the people who do the most hard work get no recognition for it and we need to remedy that situation.
01/09/2007 by Alan Smith
Leaders build confidence, encourage others, and equip to serve and thus change the culture of an organization.
01/04/2007 by Rubel Shelly
A hard difficult trip and a close connection after a flight delay turns out to be a good chance for Joey Cope to learn a lesson about God's power to use us as we are.
09/19/2006 by Joey Cope
Pain is not always bad -- it is necessary to help us know where we need to change and be changed by the Father.
03/21/2006 by Rubel Shelly
We can stand in the way of reaching the lost or we can open the highway to let folks come to Jesus!
03/20/2006 by Phil Ware
True leadership is found in following Jesus' example as a servant, not in winning at any cost!
03/17/2006 by Paul Faulkner
Being in positions of leadership and authority doesn't give us the right to be above the law, but instead should give us the opportunity to serve in love.
02/23/2006 by Tom Norvell
We are often critical of others and can't understand God because we don't see the big picture of what is happening.
11/02/2005 by Mike Barres
So often good churches slip into bad habits and then begin to die: do you know the signs of a dying church?
10/09/2005 by Jeff Lee
Every great leader needs someone who has his back, who will stand by him and defend him.
07/24/2005 by Vann Conwell
Dads know the secret: they have incredible influence over their kids.
06/19/2005 by Bill Denton
God can get us in some tough scrapes because he wants to develop faith and comfort in us.
06/11/2005 by Rick Brown and Reg Cox
Where can you find tools and resources for setting a vision for your congregation?
01/04/2005 by Lynn Anderson
Christians should be recognizable because their behavior and conduct match that of Jesus.
01/15/2004 by Larry Zinck
So often leaders do not do their most important work, living out God's purpose for them, because they are so busy handling problems and crises.
11/17/2003 by Phil Ware