Podcast Episode #564
Determining the correct pace of change is often the most important aspect of leading change—because change is needed in nearly every church situation. Today, we discuss why change is essential and how to do it well.
Some highlights from today’s episode include:
- Many pastors are hesitant to make change because they know the wrong pace of change could cost them their job.
- How do you eat an elephant? One bite at a time.
- The pain that have with the change we introduce in this life pales in comparison to the eternity we can impact in the next life.
- The world is changing. If we don’t lead change, we will get left behind.
The six reasons we discuss are:
- Because biblical leaders were change leaders
- Because we must lead from an eternal perspective
- Because the world is changing so fast
- Because it is better to be lead change rather than be led by change
- Because the Great Commission is about change
- Because leaders will have regrets
Resources mentioned in today’s podcast
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