Leadership Resources

Do you ever wonder why Jesus chose the words in his last conversation with Peter in John 21:15-17? In his most intimate recorded conversation Jesus tell Peter, if you really love me feed may sheep.  In these few words Jesus defines the highest leadership priority of a leader.

If you are a leader you are accountable for the talents and wellbeing of those God places in your care. To help you fulfill your role we wish to make all our resources available to you.

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Our DDF copies are available as a totally free resources for your self and others you seek to impact.

Engaged Church Seminar

Why are most pastors overloaded?

  • Could it be because in most churches 10% of the congregation do 90% of the work?
  • Why is it that few do so much while the majority do so little?
  • Could it be that, because Congregational engagement is declining, the church is losing its relevance in the lives of its people?

Overloaded lives negatively impact the health and well-being of Christian leaders, their families, and the church. This grieves the heart of our loving Heavenly Father

More?  Get the Engaged Church Discussion Paper.

Strengths Workshop Facilitators

Click here to get the facilitator guide. Watch the attached facilitator video, and then download the 2 facilitation tools you will need. All your teaching and discussion videos are provided on this page. Just do it, you will be glad you did.

Note:

Please lick here to find a web special page where you will find the all videos and tools needed to facilitate 4.5 hours Condensed Strengths Workshop

Strengths Learning-Lab Facilitators

First Click here to get the facilitator guide.  This document combines what you need to faciltate both the 4.5 hour condensed Strengths workshop and the Strengths Small group learning lab.

Please remember that the Strengths Self-study resources are the teaching tools for the Strengths leaning Lab. Feel free to download all these resources so you can use them as you see best.