So, you want to start a church or you’re in the first several years of a church plant? Carter and Brandon discuss four lessons lived and learned over the past ten years since their church plant partnership.
As we close out the first year of the Bible Leadership Podcast, we thought it’d be fun to take a look back at the episodes YOU GUYS seemed to enjoy most. Thank you for listening to the Bible Leadership Podcast, and Happy New Year!
We know a Sabbath is vital to the health of a leader and their ministry, but how do we actually do it? What do we do on a Sabbath? How does it work? In this episode, Carter and special guest Rick Egbert conclude their discussion about the importance of Sabbath and offer some practical tips for success.
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.
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.
The function of a leader is to handle problems, but without balance, that can become exhausting. How do we rest in the midst of problems?