The greatest challenges often lead to the greatest leadership, but even the greatest leaders do not lead alone. The strength of their leadership is built on the cooperation of many who work together. In this week’s saltTalk, Bob talks about the need for leaders to cooperate in order to lead during and through a crisis.
Each week, we focus on elders that serve congregations across the country. Don Riddle, an elder with the church in Conway, AR, spends time with us this week to talk about the focus of the elders at the Robinson and Center congregation. Their efforts are improving the development of the congregation.
When we look at the early church, we find the apostles faced challenging situations (Acts 6). During this time, they remained connected to God, each other, people involved in the situation at hand, and to the community at large. In this third presentation, Bob talks about how leaders need to be connected in the same ways during a time of crisis, or pandemic.
Change is one of the most difficult words for the majority of people to accept. We tend to resist change and, at times, make every effort to stop it. However, not all change is bad. Some change is good and even biblical. Change is part of life physically, emotionally, intellectually, and spiritually. The task before leaders in the midst of this pandemic is learning how to guide change in the right ways. Listen as Bob shares the need for leaders to guide change.