There's no such thing as "Servant Leaders"
Just leaders. We serve. That's who we are and what we do.
Hi friends. I've been talking about creating this blog (another way to communicate other than Facebook) so that we can have more in-depth discussions outside of our normal time together. You can expect to see everything from practice tips to theological questions here.
You can also expect other questions. Lots of questions. My biggest weakness as a leader is my lack of trust. Not in any particular person, but in people in general. It's a serious flaw. Jesus has some things to say about that, and frankly my counsel does as well. My background is littered with bands and people that have let me down. But with you all, I should know better. This thing that we're doing is unprecedented. Stonebrooke is an (almost) impossible task that we're a part of. I think we can do it, but it will take time. Lots of communication and most importantly: teamwork. #growingpeoplechange #choosegrowthovercontrol
Last night I suggested a thought. I know that thinking about things like this probably don't take up as much bandwidth in everyone else's head, but I'd like to hear more about what you have to say as time goes on. This won't be the last time I mention it.
It looks like millennials prefer traditional, or liturgical churches. Why is that?
Here's an article you can read about it. My opinion on this particular article is something that I'm choosing not to share at this time, but if you're interested in diving in, it's a good place to start.
Finally, I want to encourage everyone that sees this to leave comments at any time, post questions, make suggestions and share needs. 2016 is literally going to be Stonebrooke's best year yet. I'll leave you with a "NorthPoint-ism":