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Love this book by John C Maxwell
Yesterday we had a young man come to the church who was high on something, hungry, no driver’s license or other identification, wanting a busride to NorCal. He took the focus of our office for four hours, three pastors were engaged with this man, two pastors took him to purchase groceries, which he devoured on the spot, whole chicken turned finger food, chugged down with chocolate milk. He was given…
Book summary on how to lead your team to become more effective in reaching wildly important goals.
Love this book and highly recommend it for every pastor, Board-members, and leaders who care about abounding in the work of Jesus.
Outstanding book on the disciplined pursuit of less.
I love this book by John Ortberg. Check out this book summary. Then you will be compelled to read or re-read this book again. It is so good! Be sure to subscribe to this blog and receive future book summaries automatically.
Patrick Lencioni’s book, “The Advantage” has been a great resource for me in keeping an eye on what it means to build a healthy leadership team. I put together a ten minute video summarizing his key points. Hope you enjoy it… The Advantage from Stan Lubeck on Vimeo.
Everyone needs a coach. If you want to improve on your life skills, you need a coach to help you make progress. If you want to lead an excellent Life Group, you need a coach to keep you focused and on track, a coach who can help you when the people in your group are driving you crazy.
How do we explain the natural disasters in our world? How do we comprehend the evil that human beings are capable of committing on one another? What does it mean that “God works all things together for good? This classic question is common to every culture and every person. We live in a world that is broken, this is not heaven for sure. Jesus, the…
It is not what a man does that determines whether his work is sacred or secular, it is why he does it. A. W. Tozer I haven’t always been a small group addict! Hard to believe I know… My adventure in small group ministry started when I was leading a fast-growing thirties married ministry we affectionately called “Boomers.” My Lead Pastor read a book, had a liver shiver and announced,…