DJ joins me today as we discuss another symptom of the insecure leader.
I’ve enjoyed this mini-series and have been bugged by it.
I am guilty of nearly all of these things so far.
At the end of the podcast we talk about three things we’d like to try in 2014.
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It’s a great place to live.
There are no problems there… or at least it seems that way.
The only feeling experienced here is one of numbness.
Nothing is felt when you live here because you’re insulated.
Progressing and moving forward doesn’t happen anymore because in this place you’re living growth and positive change are not possible.
It’s lonely here. Not many friends, none who really get you.
Wanted to take a moment and brag about my brother.
He made this intro video for our new teaching series at NWLife Church.
I absolutely love it and think you will too.
Way to go Shaun!
I love what I do for a living.
For the past 11 years I’ve been working in the church I grew up in as the youth pastor.
It really is a dream job.
I got married and am raising my family right where I grew up.
Some people can’t wait to move out and see the world, but I’ve enjoyed growing deep roots right here in Unincorporated South King County, WA (AKA Fairwood).
Serving God and people at NWLife Church is second nature really. I don’t know anything different.
Then I read John 13 again and had to rethink the whole thing.
DJ and I are back with another sign of an insecure leader.
Leadership is hard enough when you’re healthy.
Hopefully by avoiding the issues we talk about in this podcast series we can grow to become more effective in our leadership.
Also, Happy Chili Day everyone!
What would people have to do if there were a special day in your honor?
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