Leadership is a life lived over your head and requires a large amount of courage. It is too costly for you to live discouraged. This is why the ministry of encouragement is critical for the life of leaders. Learn how to stay encouraged so you can release courage to those around you. We also caught up with Kim Walker Smith to talk about her new album as well as former Alabama and Seattle Seahawk’s standout Shaun Alexander for “In The Game”.
The Secret Place
Developing your own personal history with the Lord and spending time in the secret place of prayer is so important, especially for leaders. In this episode of the Jesus Culture leadership podcast, we talk about how to develop your secret place with Jesus, how important that is, and also share some of our favorite Christmas memories.
Empowering Those Around You
You’re not a good leader if you’re not empowering others around you. In this episode of the Jesus Culture Leadership Podcast, we dive into the issue of empowering others and how critical it is that as leaders, we are making others feel valued and empowered when they are around us. We talked about the difference empowering makes in the lives of those who are both being empowered and doing the empowering.
The Importance of Feedback
Feedback is crucial to growth but we have to be intentional about finding it. In this episode, we discuss what it looks like to open your life to feedback from those around you, how to be purposeful in getting feedback, and how to receive it in a way that will help you grow and move forward. As leaders, we should live our lives open to input from others and in this podcast we go over what that looks like practically and spiritually.
As leaders, we are called to serve. This is an important aspect in the life of every leader whether you’re just beginning or you’ve been in leadership for years. Serving positions us for breakthrough, promotion, and fully stepping into what God has for us. In this podcast, we discuss what it looks like to live a life of serving while being in leadership. Guest host, Chris Quilala, also joins us for this topic.