List the leadership roles you play in each area of life, and identify what action you can take to move that area ahead —Question from One on One with T.D. Jakes, GLS 2016 Process Tools
The elders of Willow Creek Community Church have been involved in a multi-year succession plan with Bill Hybels. The entire process has been immersed in prayer and we believe Spirit led. This weekend, October 14/15, an announcement was shared regarding who the elders have chosen to lead Willow Creek Community Church into its fantastic future. […]
From the archives, this is a helpful discussion on evangelism featuring Lee Strobel and Bill Hybels. Download MP3 About this content This content is supported through annual WCA membership subscription and/or donations.
The GLS 2017 is underway and making a positive impact on pastors and leaders around the country. Here’s some of the latest feedback:
Let’s cut to the chase on something. Almost everybody who follows Christ, and almost every gathering of those Christ followers constituting a church, says the same thing: “We want to reach the world for Christ.” Yet most don’t. So where’s the breakdown? It’s not strategy. There are vast numbers of churches who are successfully penetrating […]
Reflect on who you have surrounded yourself with. Do you have the right skill-set to help you accomplish your God given dream? —Question from One on One with Bishop T.D. Jakes, GLS 2016 Process Tools
Consider the way your gifts are expressed in various areas of your life. What might be a common thread that is unique to you and runs through each of the areas of your life? (e.g. Bishop Jakes identified his is communicating) —Question from One on One with Bishop T.D. Jakes, GLS 2016 Process Tools
Much of our frustration comes from being under-challenged. This can lead to tension and early burnout on teams. List the strengths and gifts you desire to contribute that you are currently not. What is preventing you from exercising these strengths? What action can you take to explore options for you to contribute in new ways? […]
Discipline 4 is to create a cadence of accountability. How do you need to change your approach to team meetings and accountability in order to get greater ownership from each team member? —Question from The Four Disciplines of Execution session by Chris McChesney, GLS 2016 Process Tools
A classic Defining Moments episode featuring Lee Strobel interviewing Bill Hybels. Download MP3 About this content This content is supported through annual WCA membership subscription and/or donations.