Neil Armstrong died this weekend. Everyone in my generation remembers where they were when they heard those famous first words from the moon. However, what would have happened had they not made it off the surface of the moon? These prepared remarks were ready for President Nixon in the event of disaster.
How much does the first hour of every day matter? As it turns out, a lot. It can be the hour you see everything clearly, get one real thing done, and focus on the human side of work rather than your task list.
Rural pastors have a unique calling. As such, they face challenges many of us who have pastored in the suburbs or urban areas will never face.
As churches grow, there comes a point when the leadership has to make a decision whether to build, plant, or go multi-site. Tony’s list helps in making that tough decision.
From kindergarten all the way up to the doctoral level, students are headed back to school. Andy’s list of 30 suggestions is a helpful reminder for focus, clarity, and passion for those pursuing a theological education.
I read a lot about leadership. And I write a lot about it. I, too, would agree with Vineet that regardless of the situation, trust, empathy, and mentorship are foundational keys to successful leadership.