Helps for Leading your Church for God's Glory!
He must become greater; I must become less. John 3:30
What is Church Leadership? It is leading our Lord's Church as His servant and steward by following His precepts. We lead by pointing to Christ our Savior and Lord. In so doing, we are equipping, training, feeding, inspiring, cultivating, comforting, correcting protecting and worshiping. This is not a science and cannot be thoroughly defined, because it is more of an art and is dependent on people and situations. However, there are key characteristics that we can define like, shepherd and avoid like, pride; found in God's Word, the Bible (John 10; 14; 1 Corinthians 11; Ephesians 4).
We comprehensively developed these effective resources for leading your Church. We then used these resources all over the world. They are true to The Word, practical, insightful and useful to your ministry.
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Resources to Build the Foundation of Your Church, and for Leadership Training.
How to Lead and Manage the Church with Biblical Precepts. For Leadership and personal development and teaching resources:
We can show you comprehensively how to lead and manage your church effectively to glorify our Lord. From how to develop a vision to how to develop and run programs, all you need to know! We can provide you with real Biblical church growth tools that consultants charge thousands of dollars for, all for you to use for free!
"We desire to see a church committed to His purpose and poured out to His ways. Then we will see revival through real prayer and devotion to His Lordship."
The Example for Church leadership than our Lord Jesus Christ, as He declared, "I am the good shepherd. The good shepherd lays down his life for the sheep" (John 10).
A basic description of real leadership is the duty and call of trustworthy pathfinder, to take charge with courage and character, and to risk leading where the people need to go and how they need to be led. It is a position that seeks Truth, instruction, love, vision, opportunities, and needs and then motivates others to get it done through the resources, talents, and time they can contribute.
Remember: real church growth is in the spiritual, not just numerical!