Tag Archives: leadership

  1. Why you’re not the US president (and that’s a good thing)

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    20/09/2017 by Chris Green

    The culture sees independence as maturity, but for us that’s not good enough.  Interdependence is maturity.

  2. Do you have ‘A’ responsibility, or ‘The’ responsibility? You need to know the difference.

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    07/06/2017 by Chris Green

    I’ve just watched a small team have a bit of a wobble.  They didn’t crash – the event they planned went smoothly in the end, and no-one outside the team would have spotted that there was a problem. But there was, and it’s easily solved.

  3. Five reasons to choose your heroes with care

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    18/04/2017 by Chris Green

    I keep a list of preachers I run through as I am preparing a sermon.  Particular preachers have gifts and emphases I …
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  4. The easy part, and the hard part

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    22/09/2016 by Chris Green

    In every leadership task there’s an easy part and a hard part – and they just keep on coming

  5. Why do pastors resist making friends in the congregation?

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    01/06/2016 by Chris Green

    Yes, having friends will involve risk. But what kind of cold, non-relational beings would we be if we never took that risk?

  6. The well-led, well-fed church

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    19/04/2016 by Chris Green

    One weakness in much preaching today is that it is quite individually applied, and in a way that can be transplanted from one church to another without too much difficulty. It is not focussed enough on a particular congregation, and therefore lacks the force to move that church to better obedience.

  7. Two gifts, and a double helping for pastors

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    16/04/2016 by Chris Green

    In Paul’s mind the potential elder must show a double gifting from Romans 12: an ability to teach must be partnered to an ability to lead.

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