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The heart of a leader

Here are three vital components to a healthy heart in leadership.
  Brittany Rust

Why training leaders is biblical

Looking beyond short-term missions, it’s easy to see how training indigenous leaders fulfills a biblical mandate that has long-term impact.
  Richard Frazer

5 questions to ask your next hire

Hiring new talent is exhilarating and scary at the same time.
  Joseph Lalonde

Learning to lead in crisis

The truth about leadership is that it does not exist for the leader, but for the led.
  Richard Blackaby

The principle of the leadership lid

Every leader should consider this principle whether the responsibility is over a few or thousands.
  Thom Rainer

5 practices for cultivating servant leaders

When you move from serving a few to serving hundreds or thousands, how do you keep from getting overwhelmed?
  Mark Deterding

Why teams offer the best leadership

Here are reasons we need those with different perspectives.
  David Bowman

Feeling stuck?

Whatever the specific issue, the broader implication is that the ministry is falling short of its God-given potential.
  Mike Bonem

3-step progression for following the ultimate leader

As a young man studying for ministry I learned that this was the proper sequence to follow in our walk with God.
  Bob Russell

There’s just one thing your church must do

What’s the main priority?
  Bud Brown

The hidden dangers of community outreach events

How effective are these?
  Kris Eldridge

How am I making an impact?

Pastor Jonathan Hayashi shares his questions about how his relationship with Jesus is influencing those around him.
  Jonathan Hayashi

Trends among retirement-age pastors

What happens when a pastor approaches retirement age?
  Thom Rainer

Why did Jesus ask so many questions?

Whether you are a follower of Jesus or not, we would all do well to study the “communication practices” of the one many believe to be the greatest communicator in all of history.
  Bob Tiede

The T.E.A.M. in teamwork

Here are four traits of a good team.
  Rick Warren

Aim to contribute

This motto surfaces itself regularly in my life, both in leadership and followership.
  Allen Hamlin Jr.

The daily battle with ego

Pride is a regular struggle, especially for leaders.
  Bob Russell

7 church leadership trends for the 2020s

These seven trends will have the most impact in the next decade.
  Bob Whitesel

The unquestionable power of clarity in leadership

When you’re surrounded by a cloud of questions, how do you clear the air so you can lead without distraction and doubt?
  Tom Harper

Lead with excellence birthed out of passion, not perfectionism

Excellence, as a core value, is a double-edged sword. We talk about both edges of that sword a lot among our church’s pastors and staff members.
  Brandon Cox

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O God, you are my God; earnestly I seek you; my soul thirsts for you; my flesh faints for you, as in a dry and weary land where there is no water.
Psalm 63:1 (ESV)
Joseph Lalonde

Joseph Lalonde is an award-winning leadership blogger and hosted the Answers From Leadership podcast. He desires …

Tom Harper

Tom Harper is publisher of BiblicalLeadership.com and CEO of Networld Media Group, the site's parent …