Three Essentials for Leaders Who HAVE Leaders (Part 2)

How do we protect the vision when people are having doubts and difficulties?

Three Essentials for Leaders Who HAVE Leaders (Part 1)

The job of second and third-chair leaders can be challenging and involves helping the people under them, while also representing the leader above them. In this episode, Pastor Mark Carter and special guest Melissa Labellarte discuss the role of second and third-chair leaders and explain how they can lead well, while also representing their first-chair leader, the organization, and Jesus accurately and effectively.

3 Marriage Commitments That Are More Consequential Than You Think

Listen Time ~19 Minutes | Download Episode NotesMarriage is meant to unite two people as one, but unexpected trials and difficult seasons can create distance between couples. In this episode, Mark and Mackenzie Carter reflect on 20 years of marriage and share three...

Three Reasons the Conflict Between Creationism and Evolution Doesn’t Bother Me

In this episode, Carter answers a question from one of our listeners about the conflict between Creationism and Evolution.

How to Foster an Optimistic Team

Listen Time ~7 Minutes If you want the best creative input from people, you can’t exasperate them.I feel like I hear about difficult church/work cultures where people feel shut down any time they have an idea. I think this ultimately comes down to leaders not looking...

Building Your Confidence to Take the Shot

Most of us could use a little more confidence. In this episode, we talk about why confidence matters and four areas we need to repeatedly choose to be confident as leaders.

Four Habits for Getting God’s Will Right More of the Time

Have you ever been concerned that you might PLAN yourself right out of God’s will? Or miss His will because you weren’t paying attention to some fuzzy clue? In this episode, Pastor Mark and Brandon offer four keystone habits for getting God’s will right MORE of the...

How to Lead Well When You Feel Unsupported

Leaders face pressure from all sides. Whether it is pressure from others, pressure to appear awesome, or spiritual pressure, the stress of leadership can be a DRAIN on our relationships, our effectiveness, and our moral. In this episode, you’ll learn strategies to...

Four Leadership Pressures That EVERYONE Will Face (Part 2)

Leaders face pressure from all sides. Whether it is pressure from others, pressure to be appear awesome, or spiritual pressure, the stress of leadership can be a DRAIN on our relationships, our effectiveness, and our moral.

In this episode, you’ll learn strategies to improve your leadership in the face of INTENSE opposition and REAL spiritual pressure.

Four Leadership Pressures That EVERYONE Will Face (Part 1)

Leaders face pressure from ALL sides. Whether it is pressure from others, pressure to appear awesome, or spiritual pressure, the stress of leadership can be a DRAIN on our relationships, our effectiveness, and our morale.

In this episode, Pastors Mark and Brandon share Bible strategies to improve your leadership when the heat is on.

Four Leadership Gauges to Help You Spot Problems Sooner

Like a car dashboard tells you what is true under the hood, so checking these four leadership gauges with your team will help you spot difficulties ahead of time and gain steam to go the distance.

Jesus Didn’t Take Responsibility for Everybody’s Problems

How to avoid absorbing other people’s pain or problems by following Jesus’ example of focusing on the Father and doing His will.

How to Foster an Optimistic Team

If you want the best creative input from people, you can’t exasperate them.

If You Can’t Serve God With Excellence, Don’t Serve Him

If you can’t serve God with excellence, don’t serve Him.

3 Ways to Create a Culture of Warmth, Respect, and Excellence

Watch Time ~5 Minutes Posted on January 16, 2019Shareable ImagesCORE LEADERSHIP CONCEPTSQuick...

4 Ways Leaders Can Improve Cultural Communication

Watch Time ~4 Minutes Posted on January 9, 2019Shareable ImagesCORE LEADERSHIP CONCEPTSQuick...

Prayers That Will Help You Think Right

Maintaining inner integrity is so important when serving in a leadership role, but concerns about outward appearances can sometimes interfere with that integrity. When our actions, motivations, thinking, and personal identity are not firmly rooted in serving God, our inner integrity can diminish. Here are several prayers to help you pursue and maintain inner integrity through right actions, right motivations, right thinking, and remembering your identity is in Christ.

If People Gave Like You, Would their Blessing Increase?

Leadership Lesson: Spiritual leaders model and encourage disciplined generosity. In a 2017 study, the Barna group found notable differences in what they termed Christians who are Givers and Keepers.

How to Get it Back When Vision and Passion Leak

The problem with vision, passion, and insight is that it leaks.  Even if you’ve been leading for decades, everybody’s cup runs low.

How to Access the Fire Your Soul Craves

Low-Cost Christianity cannot and will not produce a life of fire.

Four Reasons You’re Not On Fire and How to Fix It

One of Satan’s greatest lies is the suggestion that feeling close to God is a passing phase.

What to Do When You Don’t Understand Your Life

Part of spiritual maturity is growing in faith that God tells us WHAT we need to know WHEN it’s time to know it. 

Better Results – How You Can Attract Positive Change (Part 2)

Leadership Lesson: Plans improve when we take the time to ask good questions.

Podcasts: How to Develop Your Spiritual Leadership This Year

Here are four podcasts that keep standing the test of time concerning catalytic leadership learning.

Try Some Commentaries to Go Deeper

Here are some simple commentaries for those who want to begin to add this element to their study.

Three Essentials for Leaders Who HAVE Leaders (Part 1)

The job of second and third-chair leaders can be challenging and involves helping the people under them, while also representing the leader above them. In this episode, Pastor Mark Carter and special guest Melissa Labellarte discuss the role of second and third-chair leaders and explain how they can lead well, while also representing their first-chair leader, the organization, and Jesus accurately and effectively.

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