A healthy church culture is identified by the following three marks. Find out which 3 and why they're important.
A redemptive culture is not going to look different because it looks remarkably like the leader. It's going to look different because it looks remarkably like Jesus.
Systems, structures and pipelines that produce leaders are many times anything other than redemptive. Find out why it is imperative for leadership systems to be redemptive.
Redemptive leadership really bears in mind that those that we're leading are made in the image of God. This has really profound implications on the way that we lead. Find out how and why.
Death is not a buzzkill. Death is a tool that makes us holy. And it makes us live with purpose, so that the end of our life, we don't sit there and say, "Why, oh God, did I walk like a phantom?"
Paul says, "I have finished the race, I have kept the faith." Here's how to live like there's only one finish line.
There's a tendency to play an either/or game with discipleship and evangelism. But what do the Scriptures say?
It doesn't matter what level of leadership you are in, too often we use those around for ministry rather than invest in those around us for ministry. Are your people used for ministry or invested for ministry?