Reflections on Leadership – Part 4 – Greatness in Purpose

It’s an odd place to start, I suppose, but it seems to me that much of the popular leadership discussion fails to first consider the underlying reason for leading.  In other words, “why lead?”

Family Worship 3: Taking Leadership

If family worship is going to happen parents will need to take on that leadership role. Family worship and discipleship doesn’t “just happen.” It requires the intentionality of someone who is willing to make it happen.

Reflections on Leadership – Part 3 – Leaders Need to Listen to Criticism

It is easy to criticize people in leadership roles, and lots of times that criticism is undeserved, but nevertheless, and somewhat ironically, it’s important for leaders to listen to criticism.

Family Worship 2: Being Convinced

The main thing that will kill family worship before it even gets off the ground is a lack of conviction. If you don’t believe you really need to do it, you won’t, or at least not for long.

Family Worship Part 1

Christian parents bear the responsibility to teach their children about God and his Word. And, as the above passage from Deuteronomy shows, this is a continual activity. As Voddie Baucham puts it, “multi-generational faithfulness is an all-day, everyday process.” Given such a massive task, where should parents start?

LORD, our Lord, how majestic is your name in all the earth!

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