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  1. 7 TIPS FOR GRACE IN THE PULPIT by Jeffrey Hagan  
    Grace in the pulpit is probably the most important place for grace to be exercised and displayed. For that reason I came up with this brief list of suggestions.

  2. How To Attract Faithful Followers by Olawale Ogunsola  
    Are you a valuable leader? This will go a long way in dictating who your followers will be.

  3. What Are You Building? by Olawale Ogunsola  
    A leader is a builde. The future depends grossly on what you are building today. Ask yourself *What Am I building? "

  4. A Wake Up Call By COVID19 by Olawale Ogunsola  
    No matter what happens in life, a careful examination will point to one or more things that need human attention and action. So it is with Coronavirus.

  5. Single-Leader Churches Are a Bad Idea by Max Aplin  
    In local churches today, there is usually one Christian who has a unique degree of authority and who does most of the teaching. However, the Bible quite strongly suggests that the early Christians did not follow this pattern. And there are other reasons too why it is an unhelpful structure of church leadership. Instead, local churches should have multiple teachers and multiple leaders with an equal degree of authority.

  6. Christians Shouldn't Use Titles for Church Leaders by Max Aplin  
    Matthew 23:6-10 is one of the most neglected passages in the Bible today. In order to guard against pride, Jesus tells us not to use titles for church leaders. This teaching needs to be put into practice.

  7. #AnnoyedwithFaithLeaders by Dr. Hill  
    Are you so spiritual minded that you get in the way of business dealing.

    Opportunities to lead will always come. The concern will always be how prepared we are to handle such at any given time.

  9. God Watches Over His Call by Dudley Anderson  
    ‚When we face opposition in our lives, we need to walk in the truth, while remaining still in the face of the conflict. God always vindicates truth. Be sure to persist in truth. If you are siding with the truth, you have nothing to defend.‚

  10. Should a Full-Time Pastor Work? by Emeke Odili  
    The question as to whether a full-time pastor a any other minister should work is a very sensitive one. What is the scriptural stand on this matter?

  11. My struggle with divine re-commissioning - Moses by theburningbushboy Solanke  
    Pharaoh and his taskmasters stand strong and tall today, because God is still struggling to get a Moses to forget his past failures and quit his comfort zone.

  12. Is It Wrong for Women to be Church Leaders? by Max Aplin  
    God's standard pattern is for men and not women to be church leaders and teachers, and this is a principle that applies to every century of the church. However, it is wrong to take this principle as a cast iron rule that has no exceptions.

  13. The Holy Spirit, Non-Apostles and Laying On Hands by Max Aplin  
    There are some who argue in this way: In the early church, only apostles laid hands on Christians for them to receive the Holy Spirit; because there are no apostles today, we should no longer lay hands on new Christians. However, this argument fails to convince.

  14. Turning the World's Values Upside Down: Christian Leadership Is All about Serving by Max Aplin  
    Jesus' teaching on leadership was highly radical. He taught that Christians in authority must act as the servants of those under their authority. Church leaders and husbands should be sure to do this.

  15. Stop Enforcing Followership by theburningbushboy Solanke  
    There is nothing else a man has that can make him to be a true leader, apart from his life. His life, if well lived, will produce the needed followership. It wasn't his captain's band or his stature that drew men to him, but his life.

    Identified are 12 causes of friction in church leadership along with some commentary. Being aware, or reminded of, these dangers can help keep a church staff strong.

  17. A Sure Secret Of Greatness by Olawale Ogunsola  
    A leader must possess what will endear him to the hearts of his people.what then is that secret?

    Have you ever experienced people get angry with you on no just cause? They bottle up such anger to the point of blowing up, most times without you knowing of it. When this concerns your vision in life and a superior or mentor, you must know how to deal with it.

    Strategic planning is a continuous alignment of church decisions, objective and priorities to move from point A to B in a coordinated manner.

  20. Public Opinion Be Damned by Debra Burgess  
    Let me be the cheerleader of those who would speak the 'whole counsel of God's word'. Those who would not let shaming words of the compromised hold them back from sharing the burning heart of Christ.

  21. Watchman by Debra Burgess  
    At times he felt the desire to descend from this place of watching, into places of more comfort and less responsibility.

  22. Leadership Lessons from the Life of Rahab by ETURUVIE EREBOR  
    Rahab was a prostitute who lived in the city of Jericho. As a matter of fact, her house was on the city's wall. We know she was a prostitute because the Bible says that she was. What we do not know however, because the Bible does not mention it, is that Rahab was a leader

  23. A Beautiful Old Testament Parable by Dr. Henderson Ward  
    Most people are very familiar with the New Testament parables of Jesus Christ; and that includes non-believers. How many people know that the Old Testament have many excellent parables?

  24. Leadership Lessons from the Life of a Great Mother: Susanna Wesley by ETURUVIE EREBOR  
    Susanna Wesley was the mother of prominent Methodist preachers, John Wesley and Charles Wesley. Her life is a pointer to the fact that greatness and leadership begin at home. Today, she is a woman globally recognised but interestingly, she never had a job or title or position of influence in society. She was just a mother.

  25. Leadership Lessons from the Ants by ETURUVIE EREBOR  
    The ants appear to be a small and insignificant part of nature but the reality is that although they are small they are in no way insignificant as they possess some very fine leadership qualities.

  26. Leadership Lessons from the Lives of Great Women: The Daughters of Zelophehad by ETURUVIE EREBOR  
    Zelophehad was one of the many children of Israel rescued from Egyptian bondage. While the Bible does not say much about him, it does mention that he had no sons. Zelophehad had five daughters named, Mahlah, Noah, Hoglah, Milcah and Tirzah. They were very unusual women.

  27. Solomon: The Decisive Leader by ETURUVIE EREBOR  
    Solomon was the son born to David by Bathsheba. He became king of Israel after David. He was a decisive leader and this is one quality that caused him to be established and distinguished.

  28. Don't Live a Life of Compromise by ETURUVIE EREBOR  
    The writer examines the life of Terah, the father of Abraham and his decision to settle in Haran instead of proceeding to Canaan as planned. The reader is advised against a life of compromise.

  29. Nabal: The Leader Who Was a Fool. by ETURUVIE EREBOR  
    This article is about Nabal, the man who put his entire household in danger because of his foolishness and bad decision. It reveals his lack of leadership qualities.

  30. Lessons in Family Leadership from Lot by ETURUVIE EREBOR  
    This article looks at the failure of Lot to rise to the position of spiritual leader of his family and the negative effect on his family.


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