By Sermoncentral on Sep 25, 2018
Today, more than ever, the world needs godly leaders who follow Christ wholeheartedly. Here are 15 leadership sermon and worship resources you can use today, including sermons from Andy Stanley, Chuck Swindoll, Wayne Cordeiro, Larry Osborne, and more.
By Joe Mckeever on Jun 2, 2018
Joe McKeever offers a bold list of helpful leadership lessons from his ministry journey so far.
By Steven Furtick on Dec 2, 2011
Is it wrong to ask God to increase your leadership platform?
By Sermoncentral on Jun 9, 2017
Christian leadership — in the home, the church, and elsewhere — is not for those clawing for honor and recognition, but for those most ready to fall to their knees and be inconvenienced by the needs of others.
By Lance Witt on Jul 17, 2017
Jesus cares just as much about how we treat people along the path to fulfilling our vision as he does if we accomplish the vision.
By Lance Witt on Jul 10, 2017
What is the key to relational leadership?
By Ron Edmondson on Sep 5, 2017
There is one truth about leadership every leader must understand, but is difficult to receive by some leaders. The probability is good you won’t like this truth either.
By Dan White Jr. on Sep 17, 2018
What does it really mean to grow in Christian leadership?
By Tim Keller on Feb 14, 2018
Tim Keller explores one of the most talked-about church issues: the relationship of size to church health and culture.
By Ron Edmondson on Jul 13, 2018
Ron Edmondson: "Leaders should energize others to realize their dreams, not stifle them."
By Matt Steen on Apr 3, 2012
Some behaviors are like cancer to a leadership team. Are any of them part of your team?
By Steven Furtick on May 15, 2012
Steven Furtick: "If you’re never accused of being arrogant, you’re [probably] not being ambitious enough."
By Sermoncentral on Sep 16, 2013
Jean Vanier's surprising and gentle answer will give you plenty to think about.
By Lance Witt on Mar 4, 2016
Jesus did not come to cajole or manipulate people. He did not come to debate or lead by forceful personality. He never tried to gather a crowd or build an organization. He never marketed himself or developed his “brand”. Instead, he exemplified this quality that we all need.
By Joe Mckeever on Mar 30, 2016
You ask the question and–this is critical–you remain standing. You are not just expressing a point of view, you are asking for answers. And you are doing so in such a sweet manner, no one can accuse you of trying to stir up anything.