Fighting to Put Family First

Yesterday, I wrote about the importance of leading your family first. You can read more about it here. Often times we can learn by example…and an example of a ministry leader that failed at leading his family is Eli in the Old Testament. By all outward appearances, his ministry was very successful. He was a … Continue reading Fighting to Put Family First

Lead Your Family First

Do you ever find yourself playing with your kids but thinking about work? I know I have. As a pastor, there have been times when I’ve been so preoccupied with thinking about the church that I’ve missed out on golden opportunities with my family. Apparently, many pastors feel like the ministry is getting in the … Continue reading Lead Your Family First

Leadership in 140 Characters

Each week I post the top leadership articles I’ve read from twitter. The links from this week deal with everything from dating your spouse to leading your team. Your leadership begins at home. The way you lead your family and yourself will effect the way you lead your team. 5 Dating Tips for Married Couples … Continue reading Leadership in 140 Characters

Leadership in 140 Characters

Here are the most read post from twitter this week. Topics include everything from personal growth to leadership teams and from marriage to the power of focus. Enjoy! The Power of Focus Most People Miss by Carey Nieuwhof Organizations Wait Too Long to Develop Leaders by George Ambler Touch Calls: Who Attends The Leadership Meeting … Continue reading Leadership in 140 Characters