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Do a quick google search for the phrase “millennials are . . . ” and the autocomplete adds “lazy."  Burn.

As a leader in my 40s, I personally love working with younger leaders. I think it’s a two-way street. I learn from them, and they also learn from those of us who are ahead of them in life.


Succession has been a hot topic in a whole lot of church circles lately.

I visited with my friend William Vanderbloemen who just wrote a book on the subject called Next: Pastoral Succession That Works, which is a church leader’s comprehensive guidebook to understanding what you can do now to prepare for the day your church faces a leadership transition.


"When I understand that everything happening to me is to make me more Christlike, it resolves a great deal of anxiety." — A.W. Tozer

This one verse has revolutionized my growth as a leader:

Not only so, but we also glory in our sufferings, because we know that suffering produces perseverance; perseverance, character; and character, hope. — Romans 5:3-4


There are some days you’ll feel like an inadequate leader. Some days, it’s just something you feel — and other days, it’s a reality.

In my library, I have just shy of 100 books on leadership. So, I know (or at least have read about) what it means to be an effective leader. I know what an effective leader looks like.


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