Tag Archives: Theology of leadership

Organizational life in the body of Christ

This entry is part 3 of 6 in the series Corporate life as corporate witness.

Individualism is about maintaining or expanding individual rights. Your right to decide. Your right to do or be anything you want. Your right to be free of obligation to anyone else. Employees who espouse these rights can make them part of your organizational thinking too.

The problem is, individualism is the very antithesis of Christian faith.

What makes a Christian ministry Christian?

This entry is part 1 of 6 in the series Corporate life as corporate witness.

Our life together in a ministry as a corporate body is one of the best witnesses we have as to what life in the kingdom of God looks like. And in this regard, the staff and volunteers of a Christian ministry can be either its greatest asset or its greatest threat, because people give an organization its corporate life, for better or worse. More

Diversity: God’s gift to the Church

A possible downside to ministry specialization is that employees, who are devoting their careers to a specific cause, can fall into the trap of bemoaning that not everyone shares their passion. They may even become angry and bitter that others don’t “get it.” The following is some common sense advice for how to stay balanced and healthy while committed to a cause. More

What God has taught me about my own leadership

September 15th marked my tenth anniversary in leadership at CCCC! Since this blog is called “Christian Leadership Reflections”, I will recognize these ten years by sharing the most important lesson God has taught me about my own leadership in that time.

But other experienced ministry leaders have also learned leadership lessons, so some of those will share the most important lessons that God taught them too.