Tag Archive | Leadership Development

How You Might Be Inviting Burnout Into Your Ministry

How You Might Be Inviting Burnout Into Your Ministry Aaron Helman I asked youth workers if they’d like less of their WORK stress to follow them HOME at the end of the day. One hundred percent said enthusiastically, “YES!” But when I asked them what they were doing to make that happen, I received only a vacant […]

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Men’s Ministry Leadership Development

Men’s Ministry Leadership Development By Daryl Dale It has been said that leadership is both natural and learned. “Natural” in the sense that certain personalities seem to shout out “Follow me!” “Learned” in the sense that there are certain skills involved in leading. Those skills, techniques and abilities can be developed in most of us […]

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From Doers to Equippers

By Bill Easum In our experience, if a church has a staff of 10, two will already be equipping people, two will not believe it’s possible in this church, and six are open to the possibility. Two need to be fired outright and two or three of the six who are open to the possibility […]

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Remaining Fruitful As A Leader

By James Holland Table of Contents Why we Must Produce Spiritual Fruit Remaining Fruitful Steps to Help Us Remain Fruitful Have the Right Kind of Fruit How to be a Fruit-Bearer Hope of the Harvest Harvesting Your Field Introduction It is vital that we, as leaders or potential leaders, allow the Spirit of the Lord […]

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Youth And Ministry: Where Have All The Young Men Gone?

By Rex Deckard In the United Pentecostal Church there are a little over 400 men and women under the age of thirty who currently hold ministerial credentials. While numerically this may be comparable to the statistics of a generation ago, as a percentage of the total constituency, this is a significant decline. Anecdotal accounts tell […]

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Training For Ministry

By Chester Michell It is Sunday morning, and you drive up to this beautiful facility. As you enter the parking lot, you are greeted by a parking lot attendant who looks like he has been up for hours. You get out of your car and are greeted by another young man who smiles at you […]

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Mentoring

By Norm Paslay II This is not a discourse on mentoring. I am attempting to share from my heart and life experience an incredible model of mentoring that proved to be very powerful. In fact, at the core of my thesis is the intent to honor my father, Norman R. Paslay I. His life and […]

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What Is Mentoring?

By Darrell Johns The word mentor comes from the name of a character in Homer’s Odyssey. In this ancient Greek tale, King Odysseus of Ithaca entrusted his only son, Telemachus, to the care and training of his wise friend, Mentor, while he himself went off to the Trojan war. A dictionary definition of a mentor […]

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Paul’s Defense Of His Ministry

By Paul D. Mooney On Sunday night a week ago, Rev. Harry Scism, our International Foreign Missions Director was at Calvary Tabernacle to ordain Bro. and Sis. Brian Williams, our missionaries to Kazakhstan. I might point out here that we had a most challenging service. Bro. Scism is an incredible person, and few men are […]

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Traits Of Successful Leaders

By Dave Smith I. Sincerity II. Capacity For Work Edison stated, “Success is 98% perspiration and 2% inspiration” III. Ability To Press On In Adversity A leader will have much discouragement and opposition IV. Must Exhibit A Love For His Co-laborers V. Ability To Organize VI. Must Develop A Vision For His Ministry VII. Must […]

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