November 20th, 2018 | 37 mins 24 secs
balance, business, church, friends, friendship, leadership, leading, organization
Leading is hard enough, but if you are leading alongside friends? Does that affect your relationship? Should it? How can you avoid it? What boundaries need to be set to make sure that work and friendship stay separate?
November 13th, 2018 | 29 mins 46 secs
church, fear, forward, grace, growth, leader, leadership, learning, organization, team, unknown
Leaders will always have to go down the path of the unknown. What happens when you go down this path? What if you are part of a team where your leader is in this spot? How do you approach it or even start?
October 16th, 2018 | 47 mins 38 secs
business, church, elevation, leaders, leadership, leading, mack brock, music, organization, qna, team, worship
After not having an episode last week, we decided to give you a special insight to our recent night of worship with Mack Brock! You'll want to listen as Mack Brock does a QnA with local worship pastors in the Albany area.
August 28th, 2018 | 28 mins 19 secs
business, change, church, culture, engage, generation, leadership, millennial, organization, reach, youth
After building up your church or organization, you want to make sure it's legacy is known. You need to make sure the next generation is reached and is ready to step in after you. The problem is, how you engage this next generation? How do you have them grasp your culture while reaching theirs?
July 31st, 2018 | 24 mins 50 secs
business, church, decisions, execution, leaders, leadership, organization, sacrifice, theory, victory, work
Do you have a theory for you church or organization? Do you even know what that might mean or look like? What about when you get the victory? How did you get there? What did it look like?
July 3rd, 2018 | 36 mins 13 secs
change, church, goodbyes, leadership, leaving, organization, staff, turn over
It will happen. Whether you are in a church or organization, eventually someone will leave. They could leave for both good reason and maybe the ugly ones too. As a leader, how do you handle it? When is it the right time to say good-bye? Can there be different types of goodbyes?