In a world of comparison and competition, it’s easy to feel not good enough, different, or like we’re somehow falling short of God’s expectations or desires. In this episode, Carter interviews Erin Thompson about her journey from insecurity and false guilt to leading from her identity in Christ and His deep love for her.
David was just a boy when the prophet anointed him to be the future king of Israel. The spectacle of having the great Samuel pour oil over his head in front of his family must have created some mind-blowing expectations in the boy (1 Samuel 16:13).
Could you use more direction from the Holy Spirit? (The answer is “Yes”).
While it would not be correct to describe the Holy Spirit as a chatterbox, it’s also wrong to say that He doesn’t speak, guide and instruct those who seek His direction.
Faithfulness is the right heart-set of a leader. But we often miss the lessons faithfulness would teach us because we are so eager to get out of the season we’re in and into the NEXT one.
So, you want to start a church or you’re in the first several years of a church plant? Carter and Brandon discuss four lessons lived and learned over the past ten years since their church plant partnership.
Is your confidence in yourself, or in God? Do you value the counsel of others? Are you aware of your blind spots? In this episode, Pastor Mark Carter and special guest Pastor Gary Ricci discuss how to remain humble as a leader, keeping the focus where it belongs: Jesus.