Leadership

Leaders Go First; Leaders Go Last

By Matt Pilot | Jun 17, 2016

If you have served on a team, you have experienced leadership. At Christ Fellowship, we are called to be leaders. We have heard Pastor Todd say: God has called us to lead the way so that we can see God bring radical transformation to our region. Indeed, we are seeing people stepping up to lead in…

Opportunity for Unity

By Julie Mullins | Jun 13, 2016

Core Value – All for One Ephesians 4:3 says that we should… “Make every effort to keep the unity of the spirit through the bond of peace” and that we are “to be defenders of the unity.” Several years ago we went on a family trip to Italy. While we were there, I couldn’t help…

Investing in People with Compound Influence

By Matt Pilot | Apr 3, 2016

You’re in a meeting and you have something to say. You want to share your point of view. You go for it. You offer something significant and say it with passion and conviction. But then you look around the room and realize your words fell flat. You feel like you were not heard. Your words…

8 Characteristics of an Effective Life Group Leader

By Reid Smith | Mar 5, 2016

Life group leaders have the greatest influence over the atmosphere and dynamics within their groups. They set the tone, whether positively or negatively, for all aspects of group life. Fortunately, new group leaders don’t have to figure out what to do (and not do) completely on their own. This post will unpack eight traits of…

You Are Not Your Platform

By Brian Taylor | Mar 2, 2016

As leaders, we can easily fall into the trap of linking our value with the size of our platform. We can dismiss our potential for impact until we are leading at the mega-church, we amass thousands of Twitter followers, or we write that New York Times Bestseller. “That day,” we say, “all of this work…