By Ben Mandrell on Sep 12, 2018
One of God's favorite metaphors in the Bible is that of a shepherd. All throughout the grand story of Scripture, the importance of leading the flock comes shining through.
By Sermoncentral on Jan 13, 2014
The list isn't long, but it's killer. Some people just shouldn't lead God's church.
By Sermoncentral on Jan 13, 2020
Pastors sometimes make the mistake of separating preaching from leading, but Brandon Cox explains how they go together.
By Bill Couchenour on Jan 31, 2013
Relationships are more important to church growth than preaching, media or music. How are yours?
By Lance Witt on Sep 26, 2019
Who is the most difficult person you have ever had to lead? Did somebody’s face and name just pop into your mind?
By Brandon Hilgemann on Dec 4, 2019
While leading worship I learned to cast aside a crutch, one that many preachers should discard, as well.
By Lance Witt on Oct 31, 2016
Frustration and anger are pervasive throughout our culture. Underlying the anger and emotion is a deep fear. These are uncertain times and people feel it.
By Ron Edmondson on May 4, 2016
The truth is, the best leaders I know have a limp of some nature. It may not be visible, but if you are around them long, they will display remnants of a previous injury.
By Brian Croft on Dec 2, 2017
Pastors, we must lead our wives well to capture a fruitful balance.
By Charles Stone on Jul 28, 2017
Ask yourself which of these four weapons of mass distraction divert you the most from leading at your best.
By Rick Ezell on Apr 8, 2020
Following Jesus can never be done in a hurry. It is not a hundred yard dash. If we want to follow someone, we can’t go faster than the one who is leading.
By Charles Stone on May 16, 2017
At times we must lead as transactional leaders. However, we should seek to grow our leadership so that we lead more often as transformational leaders.
By Rob Pochek on Dec 4, 2018
Everyone says they want change, so what's the problem?
By Sherman Haywood Cox on Jul 6, 2016
Four solid reasons why a powerful title leads to a powerful sermon.
By Erik Raymond on Oct 31, 2019
In addition to leading and teaching, pastors are called to protect or guard the flock.