Pastor Scott Thom has another Pastor for you all today. Pastor Mark Grothe is one of Cross Christian Fellowship's church plants of Cross Christian Fellowship Route 66 located in Albuquerque, NM. They bring some more great insight into church planting and leadership. Enjoy.
There are words that leaders use that can cause quite a bit of frustration, confusion and hindrance to your followers, employees or family. These words should be avoided and Pastor Scott Thom jumps in to explain what these words are and why they should be avoided.
Pastor Scott Thom brings another Pastor on from the Shepherd School program to give you some great insights on being a leader and some interesting stories. Listen in as Pastor Scott Thom interviews Pastor Rick Sena from Extol Church in Albuquerque, NM.
Leaders already possess this ability, but very few leaders chose to use it. Don't cause those who are following after you to suffer from lack of use of this ability, rather bless them with it and watch them all flourish. Do we have your interest yet? Pastor Scott Thom jumps in to identify and help you become proficient with this ability.
Pastor Scott Thom brings in another Pastor whom he has had a hand in training to the hot seat for your benefit. Pastor Jim Stewart has some great insights for you as a leader. Take a listen in as they give out wisdom from experience.
Pastor Scott Thom has another great interview with a former student of his who has gone out and planted a church. They have a great discussion with some new insights to help you accomplish what God has planned for you. Take a listen in we know you are going to enjoy it.
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Everyone has assets, but what you do with them determines the outcome of your future. A leader must know how to use them to the fullest, but even more a leader must learn what God desires with your greatest assets. Only then can you get the most joy from what God has given you. Pastor Scott Thom explains how this is possible.
Continuing with another interview, Pastor Scott Thom gives a bit of an inside look into another Pastor and graduate of the Shepherd School Corry Pensabene. Sit back, relax and enjoy as these two give insight into leadership from the Pastoral perspective.
There are many levels in leadership and you don't have to be locked to the lowest one. In this episode Pastor Scott Thom discusses several things that most leaders lack that cause them to stay near the lower levels of leadership and miss their potential. Listen in, learn these principles, apply them to your life and honor God by growing for His glory.
On this episode Pastor Scott Thom sits down with Pastor Dave Pierce from Calvary Chapel Fort Collins to discuss what is encompassed in planting a church. You will hear about discouragements, difficulties, successes and encouragement. We hope you enjoy.
As a leader you are going to be looking for followers as well as followers finding you. You need to know which ones to put the most effort into. The best way to figure that out is to find a specific quality in them and that is their teachability level. Pastor Scott Thom goes in depth on this quality as he helps you to understand who the best candidates are for your limited time.
On this episode Pastor Scott breaks from normal fashion to interview Pastor Chris Torres and discuss his life change, experience in the Shepherd School and the beginning of his Pastoral Ministry.
As a leader you will come across times in your life when doubt creeps and begins to get the best of you. You do not have to let it overcome you. God is far more than capable of helping you through it. Pastor Scott Thom steps in to explain how this is possible.
If you have been in leadership for any amount of time you will probably come across some tall tales about how leadership is supposed to work. On this episode Pastor Scott Thom debunks 10 of them for you.
Having the lead role can be a lonely place. That loneliness can lead to depression and discouragement. You don't have to go through it without a plan or help. Pastor Scott Thom discusses how you can overcome these things by examining the story of Elijah found in 1 Kings.
The leaders that succeed the most are the ones who are able to make those around them better. Blossoming relationships is your responsibility to those around you. If you want to be a good leader you will spend the time exhorting and cultivating those who follow you. Listen in as Pastor Scott Thom teaches you how to blossom your relationships.
If you want to be the head, you must first be a servant. In this second session Pastor Scott Thom continues to explain how being a great leader in life first comes from practicing being a great follower. To do that you must know how to decrease while increasing your current leader, be a faithful servant where you are and not fear following when you want to lead so very badly.
If we are honest with ourselves we all would desire to be the top dog, but that position comes with quite a lot of responsibility. Before we can jump into a position like that we need to know how to be a proper leader and it begins with being a great follower. In this first session of a two part series, Pastor Scott Thom is giving out secrets for growing into a great follower, by honoring authority in your life, sustaining faith and staying committed to God's call.
We always want fast and bigger but what is needed first is better otherwise our foundation will not sustain the change. Pastor Scott Thom gives you step by step methods of building for the long haul and how not to get frustrated when you delegate but nothing is happening the way you thought.
Values are different than Goals. Core values help achieve goals without compromising your methods.
It takes time to implement core values in any business, family or church. Work on the small parts to build the whole. Have all departments accept the values and reinforce them frequently.
Be a dynamic leader not a static leader. You can learn from the best and worst leaders. Find out about Alignment verse Agreement. A good leader finds alignment when there is disagreement. Lift the leader’s arms by being an asset not a liability. Problem solvers always end up as leaders.
A leader must have vision from his calling. Vision rarely comes from board meetings and committee meetings A leader has a God given burden, a vision to see change. What can get in the way of your dream? Can God kill your vision? How do you implement the vision?