Leaders, artists, and writers thrive when they adapt healthy rhythms and habits. Here are FIVE HABITS that kill apathy and keep us flourishing in all the in-between-moments of life.
An essential to the life of the Christian leader is to broaden our view of justice and our role to be people pursuing justice.
Our role as worship pastors is to use the platform we’ve been given, the songs we write, and influence we have to steward others towards being people of redemption and mercy.
Social justice without the Gospel is a counterfeit of the real thing - merely a band-aid to a gaping wound. We need to respond with Gospel justice - responding out of the hope we have in Jesus Christ.
Noone ever intends to get burned-out, fail morally, or lose heart for people. But enduring in ministry is really difficult.
When we try to do everything, we neglect to empower and enable others to do the great work of ministry.
In part 1, we looked at 3 ways leaders tend to sabotage themselves. In part 2, we looked at what your sheep are looking for in a leader. Now we’re going to look at practical ways you can implement this into your ministry.
In part 1 of pastoring your band, we looked at three temptations which can torpedo your ministry. Now we’re going to turn and look at what your band will be looking for from you as a leader.
No matter who or how many you lead, these 3 temptations will sabotage the path God has you on.