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Coachable people seek out those who speak truth to them, even if it is a painful truth, because it protects them and it makes them a better person and leader.
Effective leaders are good spotters. They are on the lookout forpotential leaders. They have the ability to look beyond other’s deficiencies tosee their possibilities.
One of the landmines that church planters never dodge is the landmineof leadership development. I will never forget the day when I realizedthat there are no such things as 'ready-made leaders'.
Having a good definition of spiritual leadership is critical to developmentof leadership cultural throughout your church. You need to know what you areshooting for if you are going to hit the target.
There is nothing worse for a young convert than to be thrust into leadership without mentoring and ongoing coaching because the devil relishes these vulnerable souls.
If a church is good at making disciples it will be good at making leaders because in the end, a good spiritual formation plan will lead to an accelerated spiritual multiplication.
Missional leaders not only feel the burden of God's mission but they also act on the burden and act upon it sacrificially.
Intimacy with God is not experienced through monolog prayers but through reflective listening as well as earnest petitioning.
God is so much bigger than our ‘what ifs’ that he can turn them into ‘why nots
Leading a missional church is not for the faint of heart. It takes courage to push yourself beyond your comfort zone and to lead the church beyond it personal limits.
Vision is capturing God's assignment
Hearing God’s voice is indispensable to moving through or around closed doors.
Coachable leaders are ready and willing to make the needed changes and adjustments in their lives.
Lordship and rapport are the keys to save us from being combative and make us more attractive in spiritual conversations.
Leaders are passionate learners. Leaders are always seeking ways to improve themselves by sharpening their skills. They fully embrace the fact that growing leaders lead growing organizations.
Leaders live by reality and not by assumptions!
Great leaders are teachable leaders.
God’s discipline has nothing to do with rejection but more to do with refinement.
A hardness to change reveals a hardness of heart.
If evangelism is really going to be a value that your church embraces, the church will have to embrace the changes that will take place when evangelism is activated in the church.
As the church get older and older it becomes harder to keep evangelism on the front burner because of all the competing issues that keeps pushing it back.
Change leads to growth. Resistance leads to rigidity. Rigidity leads to ...
Forgiveness and restoration are two difference acts. Forgiveness can lead to restoration but restoration is not hinged to forgiveness.
Two types of leaders: there are thinkers and there are doers. Some are idea generators and others are the implementers.
Spiritual authority is the direct result of God doing a greater work in the deeper areas of a leader’s life.
Cultivating spiritual intimacy is essential for leaders to live a vibrant missional life.
Even Satan can quote scripture out of context why are we surprised when men do it.
God makes his gospel attractive through his people.
Missional leaders are comfortable in the own skin.
Missional leaders understand the power of connecting relationally in their community through personal networking.
Change is inevitable! Repentance is the Christian constant!
Repentance is a softening of ones heart and a realigning of ones affections.
No man is exempted from the subtle deception of doctrinal drift – the man of God expects this temptation.
Our enemy attacks the conscience little by little seeking to wear us down and then wears out a leader's resolve to fight the good fight.
A leaders gentle reaction and sound instruction are their greatest weapons.
An angry leader is a scared leader or a hurt leader or a frustrated leader but most of all they are a vulnerable leader.