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TD Jakes
GLS18 Session Notes–Bishop T.D. Jakes–Soar!

A vision can be tormenting, annoying, aggravating and frustrating. If you have a vision that everybody believes in, it’s too small for you. You don’t want a vision that’s believable. You want a vision that is achievable without being believable. You want your vision to challenge you and that brings the best out of you. […]

High Performance Team
4 Moves to Elevate Performance at Your Church

Feedback from GLS 2018 delegates indicated a need for further training in visionary leadership at an organisational level. This is a great article to help you assess the effectiveness of your current vision and identify an area for growth. You can read the original article here and find more articles on vision here. Quick, make a list of […]

John Maxwell
5 Lessons I Learned When Just Starting Out

Feedback from GLS 2018 delegates indicated a training need for greater confidence in their leadership. Below is a confidence-building article for anyone with big dreams and limited resources. You can read the original article here and find more articles on Confidence here. The year was 1969. Fresh out of college and newly married to my long-time love, Margaret, I stepped […]

Craig Groeschel
GLS Process Tools–Craig Groeschel–Becoming a Leader People Love to Follow–2

Process Tools from Craig Groeschel’s GLS 2018 session: Becoming a Leader People Love to Follow A Passion To Inspire Craig lists a variety of ways we can inspire others. From the list below, identify the primary way you inspire those around you. Next, identify how you’d like to grow in your ability to inspire others. An optimistic outlook. […]

Leading for Mission Conference 2018
Rethinking Evangelism

The Chevy Nova was a relatively successful American car for many years. Encouraged by U.S. sales, Chevrolet began to market the American Nova throughout the world. Unfortunately, the Nova did not sell well in Mexico and other Latin American countries. Additional ads were ordered, marketing efforts were stepped up, but sales remained stagnant. Sales directors […]

Leading for Mission Conference 2018
Whatever Became of Evangelism?

In 1973, psychiatrist Karl Menninger published a book with the provocative title, Whatever Became of Sin? His point was that sociology and psychology tend to avoid terms like “evil,” or “immorality,” and “wrongdoing.” Menninger detailed how the theological notion of sin became the legal idea of crime and then slid further from its true meaning […]

Lost People Matter to God
Unlocking the Evangelist Within

From the archives, this is a helpful discussion on evangelism featuring Lee Strobel and Bill Hybels.   Download MP3 About this content This content is supported through annual WCA membership subscription and/or donations.    

Leading for Mission Conference 2018
The Truth About (Many) Christians and Evangelism

Let’s cut to the chase on something. Almost everybody who follows Christ, and almost every gathering of those Christ followers constituting a church, says the same thing: “We want to reach the world for Christ.” Yet most don’t. So where’s the breakdown? It’s not strategy. There are vast numbers of churches who are successfully penetrating […]

Bill Hybels
Inspiring Evangelism–Bill Hybels

Transcript “Most of the time my feeling is that senior pastors live in a bubble, they live in a church bubble, and because my second gift is evangelism I’ve always been involved in athletics and I’ve always been involved in activities outside the church that give me a lot of exposure to people who are […]

Hope of the World: Leading for Mission Conference 2018
Hope of the World – Bill Hybels

‘There’s nothing like the local church when the local church is working right – it’s the hope of the world.’ Bill Hybels Two of the most important flywheels for ministry are leadership and evangelism. Leadership allows others to thrive in their gifts and evangelism invites them into a better story. Yet the experience for many […]