Ministry is exciting and busy, especially in the beginning! When we leaders get so wrapped up that we fail to observe the Sabbath, however, we are living by our own strength, which 100% of the time falls short. God wants to do more, and will when we obey and abide. In this episode, Carter and Rick Egbert discuss the hows and whys of working from rest, instead of the other way around.
Is your confidence in yourself, or in God? Do you value the counsel of others? Are you aware of your blind spots? In this episode, Pastor Mark Carter and special guest Pastor Gary Ricci discuss how to remain humble as a leader, keeping the focus where it belongs: Jesus.
You know God’s calling on your life. You’re on the path and boldly stepping forward toward the vision He has provided, but internally you’re struggling with feelings of anxiety, frustration, and inadequacy. Sound familiar? It’s easy to compare our start with someone else’s middle or end, but God has a plan in all of the seasons of leadership. In today’s episode, Carter discusses with Pastor Mark Albrecht of NorthBridge Church his personal experience persevering through the two key seasons of leadership.
It seems like leaders are falling more and more these days. How does this happen? What leads to these tragedies? How is the Church dealing with the aftermath? In this episode, Carter wraps up his interview with Pastor Scott Chapman of The Chapel to discover what we can learn from leaders who have a public moral failure.
It seems like leaders are falling more and more these days. How does this happen? What leads to these tragedies? How is the Church dealing with the aftermath? In this episode, Carter interviews Pastor Scott Chapman of The Chapel to discover what we can learn from leaders who have a public moral failure.
So many of us have concerns about what other people think, which is a major detriment to leading strong for Jesus. In this episode, Carter continues his talk with Pastor Brian Davies as they discuss the question every leader should ask themselves regularly — Do I care too much what other people think?