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Letting Go of Control
To move forward, you often have to let go of something significant. Too often, what we hold tightly keeps us from following God’s promptings toward something new. Many leaders try to control too much. Our perceived need to control is one of the greatest limiting factors to what God wants to...
Letting Go of Old Assumptions
The world is changing faster every day. Too many Christian leaders are working off of old assumptions rather than new revelations. When we assume that our way of doing ministry is best: ●We stop learning from others. ●We rarely try something new. ●We quickly see faults in new ide...
Letting Go of the Know
When you are in the beginning stages of empowering or developing a leader, you probably want to know a lot and control a lot. You are building trust. Once a leader is trained and functioning well, it’s time to “let go of the know.” Here's an example: Sam Roberts oversees all of our Life.Chur...
Letting Go of What People Think
Becoming obsessed with what people think about you is the fastest way to forget what God thinks about you. My mom taught me the common truth, “You can’t please everyone.” From my observation, ministers seem to be more vulnerable to people-pleasing than most professions. In reality, we s...