One of the most important and valuable tools for any elder is prayer. Take a few moments to listen as Bob discusses the value and impact of prayer with the elders at the Mannford Church of Christ. The relationship these men have with God through prayer has changed their lives, their leadership, and the church in Mannford.
Paul identifies the need for Christians to have the same mind that was in Christ (Phi. 2:5), but what is that mind?
Notice the phrases that characterize the mind Paul wants all Christians to possess.
1) Do nothing from selfishness or empty conceit.
2) With humility regard others as more important than yourself.
3) Do not look out for your own interests.
4) Look out for the interest of others.
These four phrases are summed up in the life of Christ: a selfless humility that puts others above self.
Jesus and others is a winning combination for leadership.
What is apologetics? How does this study impact our Christianity? What do leaders need to know about apologetics? Today, we are joined by Dean Meadows, who serves as the Executive Director of The Daily Apologist. Dean’s background and education make him uniquely qualified as an apologist, and what he shares in this discussion will show you why this study is so needed.
Leading during a time of pandemic often creates stress on numerous levels. As Bob continues his discussion with Roff McDaniel from Hopewell, Virginia, brother McDaniel talks about the stress leaders at Cawson Street have experienced. He also talks about the decision making process and shares advice to help others who lead with the stress of a crisis.
Roff McDaniel, an elder with the Cawson Street Church of Christ in Hopewell, Virginia, visits with Bob this week to discuss how the coronavirus pandemic has impacted the congregation. Brother McDaniel talks about the reception of online streaming among members, but also why the church needs to assemble and be together as Christians.