What questions should leaders ask? How can you become a cheerful giver? And why is not a good time to get your finances organized?
These questions and more are answered in this week’s My 5 for Friday.
- 10 Questions for Leaders to Ask Each Week by Chuck Lawless. Leaders need to be evaluated just as much as non-leaders. Chuck Lawless says, “Most leaders would benefit from more regular evaluations – particularly self-evaluations.” Here are ten questions for leaders to ask each week.
- God Made a Farmer and a Ministry Leader by Eric Geiger. Can we learn leadership lessons from farming principles? Eric Geiger says, “Just as God made a farmer, He made a ministry leader to provide care for the church of God.” Here are three lessons from farming for ministry leaders.
- How Bad Church Leaders Improve to Become Good Church Leaders by Sam Rainer. Pastor, are you looking for ways you can improve? Sam Rainer says, “Good, bad, or ugly—we can all improve our leadership. And the best pastors recognize continual improvement is the only option for leadership.” Here are five ways bad leaders can become better leaders.
- Becoming a Cheerful Giver by Chuck Bentley. Do you give regularly to your local church and out of a cheerful heart? Chuck Bentley says, “If we love and give generously toward the work of God, He will be loving and generous with us, but in ways the world may not recognize.” Here are ways to become a cheerful giver.
- Time to Spring Clean Your Financial Files by Chris Brown. The more organized you are with your finances, the easier it will be to understand how you can pay off debt or save for retirement. Chris Brown says, “Regardless of where you are on your journey to financial peace, you’ve got to stay organized to win with money.”