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We are barraged by voices that demand our attention and distract us from the voice of God that communicates our innate value and the immeasurable worth we have in Jesus Christ. Sometimes, the most distracting voice is the one in our own heads. Steven Furtick shows us how to overcome destructive thinking in his latest book, “Crash the Chatterbox.” more»
By Sam Rockwell
In his book “Leading by Being and Doing,” Gateway District Supervisor Sam Rockwell helps church leaders reach their full potential by discovering who they are personally and how that intertwines with ministry. Relating his personal experiences in ministry and sharing practical biblical principles, Sam communicates with a clarity and wisdom that are sure to help every pastor. more»
Every pastor wants to live and lead more productively, and Tommy Barnett’s new book, “The Power of a Half Hour,” will show how this can be done. The secret? Learning how to live your life in half-hour blocks of time. Pastors will find the biblical principles discussed and practical advice helpful and inspiring. more»
“Ministry is not about bringing validity to our lives as leaders,” says Southwest District Supervisor Kimberly Dirmann. “Ministry should be an outflow of a vital and personal relationship with God.” In this video from Connection 2013, Kimberly explains how she found the meaning in this principle and how, in the process, she experienced God’s transformation of her as a leader. more»
By Rod Olsen
In a clever work of fiction that communicates crucial real-life leadership principles, author, speaker and leadership coach Rod Olson tells the story of Lance, a leader who is overworked, overstressed and out of focus. Sound familiar? Church leaders will appreciate this easy read that outlines clear, practical principles that will help them lead well. more»