Beauty and clarity are not mutually exclusive.
Taking the time to invest in women for leadership in our churches has a significant impact on the women who attend and serve Sunday to Sunday.
Chris Collins talks about how, as leaders in our churches, and also as believers, we must be in God’s Word. The Bible helps us resolve conflict, fight sin, and trust God’s faithfulness in difficult circumstances.
Justin Cofield outlines key points as to why developing leaders in the Church is so important. We must strive to develop leaders because Jesus did it.
Justin Cofield speaks on how both discipleship and development shape leaders at Austin Stone Worship. We strive for development because Jesus developed men throughout his time on earth.
Justin Cofield talks about why we should develop leaders. First and foremost, Jesus made it a priority to develop other men, even before his ministry began.
Chris Collins teaches how we, as pastors and leaders, can use tasks to develop others into leaders. Rather than tasks becoming a nuisance and filling our schedule, they can actually be delegated to other people in order to grow them.
Aaron Ivey teaches about our role as a shepherd. Jesus calls himself the Good Shepherd, and calls us to imitate how he shepherded people while he was on earth.
Years ago, we set out to summarize the gospel into easy-to-memorize statements, in hopes that kids could recite the gospel to themselves and share it with others, from this we developed the “6 Basic Truths.”
We all know singing is great tool for memorization. You may not have heard a childhood song for 10 years, but as soon as the tune hits your ears, the words come flooding back.