Alan Briggs discusses ways pastors and church leaders can move from feeling as if everything in the church rises and falls with themselves and into a place where God is in control of the church they shepherd.
When Pastor Corey Nelson took over the pastorate of a new church in a dangerous neighborhood of Louisville, Kentucky, he never intended to start a church for kids. But it turned out that is exactly what God had in mind for that neighborhood.
“Cynicism is subtle, but it’s identifiable because it means, ultimately, the loss of hope," Carey Nieuwhof explains. Join us as he discusses how leaders can shake off cynicism and regain their positive outlook on the future.
Ed Stetzer speaks to pastors trying to lead people during a particularly divisive time. It seems whatever the issue, people are split along tribal lines, political parties, and theological schools of thought. It's more important now than ever that leaders are contributing positively to constructive conversation while also knowing when it is best to say nothing.