Leadership

Holistic Leadership Development

Leadership - Logan LeadershipYou want to develop leaders who will do what Jesus called us to do, leaders who can take the church forward into the 21st century. You look to the fields and see them, as Jesus does, ready for harvest — and you know that’s where your ministry needs to concentrate.

What’s needed is holistic leadership development — the kind of leadership development that comes from the harvest and leads people back into the harvest, resulting in subsequent generations of new believers and new leaders living as Jesus called us to live.

We can help you develop leaders the kind of leaders you need in a way that is both relational and intentional… and ultimately effective in helping your church accomplish its mission.

Got intercessors? What’s stopping you?  

Got intercessors? What’s stopping you?  

No matter what your ministry looks like, having a team of intercessors provides essential support—for both you and your ministry. Yet so many leaders don’t have an intercession team. What can that look like and how can you mobilize one?  Working with intercessors  Get...

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A trick to help reduce polarization

A trick to help reduce polarization

Part of why the world feels so divisive and oppositional today is that we are not truly seeking to understand the perspective, values, and assumptions of others. We think those that disagree with us are idiots. This is polarization. But if you could understand the...

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Overwhelmed by politics, news, and disasters? 

Overwhelmed by politics, news, and disasters? 

During a season of unrelenting news cycles—often intentionally designed to make us angry or fearful—you are deluged with a flood of information. During this season of history you are probably exposed to more world-wide coverage of cataclysmic events in a week than...

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Value outside of the spotlight

Value outside of the spotlight

The spotlight can feel pretty good. However, in a world where everything we do is posted on social media for the approval—or disapproval—of others, the words of Jesus ring especially true today:  “Watch out! Don’t do your good deeds publicly, to be admired by others,...

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Dynamics of Leadership Training

Dynamics of Leadership Training

As a Christian leader—regardless of what type of ministry—you know you need to be intentionally developing and training new leaders. They won’t just show up ready to go, and the future of the ministry depends on it. But it can feel overwhelming to consider all the...

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Marriage and Ministry

Marriage and Ministry

If you’re at all familiar with marriage, you know people don’t generally marry someone just like themselves. They often marry someone who is quite different from them in significant ways. The life-of-the-party guy person marries the “Can we just have a small wedding...

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Not all obstacles are obvious

Not all obstacles are obvious

If you’re a big-vision kind of leader, you know the excitement of getting people on board, excited, and moving together toward a vision. You also know you need to identify your obstacles beforehand so they don’t derail your plans. Identifying those obstacles and...

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What’s positive about spiritual warfare? 

What’s positive about spiritual warfare? 

Spiritual warfare is a reality. We may use different images or metaphors to describe it—war certainly doesn’t work for everyone—but there’s a constant struggle in this life between the powers of good and the powers of evil. Ephesians 6:12: For our struggle is not...

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Are your methods outdated?

Are your methods outdated?

What’s one of the biggest pitfalls experienced leaders fall into as they mentor and develop leaders from the younger generation? Defaulting to methods instead of principles. It’s so easy for us to think that what worked well for us will work well for someone else. But...

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Is mentoring young leaders for you?

Is mentoring young leaders for you?

One of the biggest questions younger leaders are asking—when faced with the possibility of an older mentor—is, “Do they really care about me as a person? Or is this just part of their job?” Or more cynically, “Are they just using me to fill a slot?” The first step for...

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