Fostering relationships doesn’t mean that a leader has to be intimate friends with everyone he/she leads. Rather it means that everyone being led feels valued.
Pastors are often guilty of hiring people too quickly and letting people leave too slowly.
Alan Danielson: I get all kinds of questions from small group pastors, but to be blunt, they are the wrong questions.
Simple cutting-and-pasting is poor leadership because it assumes that things should be easy.
What kind of boss do you want to be?
Did you know the Christmas story is literally crammed full of powerful teachings?
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