Face it. Leaders really need a clear understanding of what are the most effective ways to approach their work of faith. Most ministry requires a lot of self-directed initiative. Time is always of the essence but ministry leaders are called to a life of prayer. But also productivity. Leaders need to be spiritually deep but also widely accessible to a variety of people, causes, concerns, and the challenges they face. Are all distractions distractions? Or are some of them holy?
Most every leader needs a strong friend and a good coach who will listen, love and encourage…and gently nudge and even firmly push!
Contact David Roseberry at LeaderWorks to arrange a phone interview and a quote. (Coaching for new church plants has been subsidized by a generous donor! Call for more information.)
And whatever you do, in word or deed, do everything in the name of the Lord Jesus, giving thanks to God the Father through him. (Colossians 3:17 ESV)