The title of our saltCast also serves as the title of a recent book written by JJ Frazier. Today, he talks about the premise of his book based on Proverbs. Brother Frazier discusses the contrast between physical and spiritual warfare, which highlight his book. He also provides an understanding of how this book benefits leaders. You can learn more about his book at www.masteringthepositive.com.
The need for leadership is as great or greater today than any previous generation. JJ Frazier, an elder with the Chesapeake, Virginia church of Christ, spends time with us to talk about the correlation of military leadership and his journey into leadership within the church. He talks about the need for developing younger men to lead and how the church can accomplish this task. To contact brother Frazier, or learn more about his work, visit his website www.masteringthepositive.com.
Longevity is critical to a minister’s influence in a congregation and community. This week, we continue our discussion with Chris McCurley and how young ministers can build better relationships with elders. He also talks about the need for elders to have an MBA and it is not a college degree. Listen to learn the power behind the thought he shares.
The journey into ministry takes many twists and turns. Chris McCurley, minister with the Oldham Lane Church of Christ in Abilene, Texas, shares his amazing journey and talks about the great challenge of apathy that leaders face within the church today. You can learn more about one of his areas of ministry at www.rippleoflight.org and the episodes addresses to Dear Church.
What does it mean for Christians to be faithful in the midst of our current culture? In our final discussion with Brandon Edwards, Global Missions Minister with the Nashville Church of Christ, we focus our attention on pop-culture and the influences of culture on the church today. He provides a little “out of the box” thinking for leaders in our approach to the culture.
Developing scholar practitioners promotes greater leadership in the church. While biblical training is critical for all Christians, Brandon Edwards joins us again to discuss an incredible resource for leaders, the Harbinger Theological Seminary. HTS is designed is not just for leaders, but anyone who desires to study and strengthen their faith.