June 19, 2019

The Introverted Leader

One of the most common questions we get is: “I know what I’m supposed to do as a church leader, but I’m an introvert. How am I supposed to grow my church?” Believe it or not, Dr. Kris in not just an introvert, she’s a shy introvert … and yet, she’s successfully led in church planting, church transformation and growth, and judicatory transformation as well. In this episode, she and Dr. Bill will explore the realities and the how-tos of the shy and the introverted as effective growth leaders.

Strategies For Getting Out of the Office

Strategies For Getting Out of the Office For years we’ve been advising church leaders that if they want to grow their churches, they have to get out of the office. And yet the number one question we get is, “How?” and the second most asked question is, “Where do I go?” In this episode Drs. […]

Time Management for Church Leaders of Large Churches

One of the most important issues facing church leaders is how to spend their time most effectively. In this episode, Drs. Bill and Kris provide helpful guidance for church leaders when it comes to getting the most done in the allotted time. Episode includes a preview of the upcoming book by Bill T-B and Bill Easum on staffing the effective church (release date 2012 by Baker Books).

Special Guest: Bill Easum

Interviewing the Prospective Pastor

If you’re on a search committee or if you’ve been charged with helping find your church’s next pastor, this episode is for you. (This will be helpful for a prospective pastor looking for some insights too.) The search and call process is a lot like courting … and that means everyone puts on their best faces. But how do you get below the surface to find the pastor your church really needs? In this episode, Drs. Kris and Bill de-mystify the call process and provide insights to help you move past dating to seriously discovering the leader God’s set aside for your congregation.

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