Leadership – Jeremy Austill

Leadership

  • A couple of nights ago Michelle and I were watching a special about Garth Brooks. Let me make the disclaimer now, there are many of Garth’s life decisions and songs that I do not validate nor support. However, I am intrigued by people who have had such influence on culture as a whole. His rags to
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  • Ok, the title was a bit of click bait, but I may very well fall into the category of being a worship leader’s worst nightmare. I have so much respect for our friends who have patiently worked with us through the years. People like Heather Wallace (If you haven’t already, you need to get her
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  • You can read part 1 of this blog at “8 Lessons From a Failed Church Planter (pt. 1)” From 2008-2011 we planted and pastored a church. That church (organizationally speaking) does not exist today. In essence, I failed, but I learned so much and my heart was changed. I received new perspective.
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  • From 2008-2011 we planted and pastored a church. That church (organizationally speaking) does not exist today. In essence, I failed, but I learned so much and my heart was changed. I have quite a few friends who are church planters (many of whom have actually been quite successful). Usually, when taking
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  • Can we talk candidly for a moment? I am taking a bit of a risk. I am hurling myself at a bit of a “sacred cow” in churchdom, especially among those called to places of influence and authority in the Body of Christ. So here it goes… When did “you are a good leader” become the
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  • In general, I’m not a risk taker. I was a first born child, reared to be cautious and ever cognizant of danger. I don’t necessarily have a fear of heights. I’m not claustrophobic. I’m not whatever you call it if you are afraid of snakes or bears. However, I am afraid of things
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  • I am a few months from 40 years old. To some that makes me “seasoned” and to others this makes me young. Because of my age, I feel a measure of authority to speak to younger leaders. However, I enter this blog with humility and honor in my heart. I don’t feel I have a lot to say to the 55 year old leader
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  • 1. Everyone has a story. People are who they are because of their story. If you don’t necessarily like someone’s behavior, shift your focus on their story and it will give the needed context. Spend more time trying to unlock the “why” than trying to “fix” and “change”. Also, people choose to
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