Category Archives: Leadership

You Should Do The Opposite

Last week, I helped facilitate a Leadership Community at Leadership Network in Dallas, and one of the exercises that we had the teams do was called Opposites. We had each church list 5 of the most common ways they do currently ministry and then what would be the ministry potential of doing the complete opposite. […]

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Look For The Bright Spots

In the book, Switch, Chip and Dan Heath introduce the concept of looking for positive deviants in problem solving. When we take on a system that is broken, we have a tendency to focus solely on the problems and try to fix them. The end result is that the issues are usually so big and […]

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You Need A Team

John Maxwell has a famous saying, “Teamwork makes the Dream work”. I saw a great example of that coming to life this past Saturday at a work day for our new Nashville campus building. We are repurposing half of a 140,000 square foot warehouse that was formerly the home to an electrical company. On Saturday, […]

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We Need Help

Being a small group leader can be exhilarating. There is nothing greater in life than seeing someone grow in their walk with God. Watching the light bulb go off in a new believer’s head as they begin to understand what they’re reading for the first time will change your life. Being a small group leader can […]

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Leadership Pipeline

At the heart of every growing organization/system is the need for more leaders, and keeping up the pace with recruiting leaders can sometimes seem overwhelming. Having a plan in place for recruiting those new leaders is crucial, but if you have not thought through your leadership development process first, those new leaders will have a […]

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