Weekend reads for leaders and preachers.

  1. Leaders, If You’re in a Tough Spot, Make This Better Choice— Never run from problems. Lean into complications and execute with excellence. (Conant Leadership)
  2. Hope for the Weary Preacher — No sermon will ever measure up to the depths of our text and there is great freedom for us when we as preachers embrace that. (Southern Equip)
  3. Catch Employees Doing ‘It’ Right — Proactively search for, and recognize people who are demonstrating your organization’s desired behaviors. (Forbes)
  4. The Mandate of Biblical Inerrancy: Expository Preaching — The expositor’s task is to preach the mind of God as he finds it in the inerrant Word of God. (TMS Blog)
  5. Arizona Guard Airman Relates Leadership Lessons — The most effective leaders are those who can tailor their leadership style and do so humbly. (U.S. Department of Defense)
  6. Preaching to the Sinner Who Needs Redemption — Preach the Gospel with example, expectation, and encouragement. (Preaching Source)

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