I love visiting South Australia. It was great to meet up with some old friends and to work with the Churches of Christ in establishing conflict competency among pastors and leaders. We looked at a range of areas over Friday night and Saturday. The notes and resources follow:
I always enjoy the days I have the opportunity to work with Arrow Leadership participants. Great to have the day with Group 15 yesterday at the Edmund Rice Centre, Amberley.
Links to notes and resources are below:
Tim enjoyed meeting the new officers in Northern Tasmania at the first cluster meeting for 2016 on Thursday. The group started straight into leadership development with a session on delegation skills as part of equipping others to lead.
I enjoyed 5 sessions of Bible Teaching at Camp Clayton this week with the Golden Ambassadors group. We explored the theme of Word to Worship. The four main sessions each took a Hebrew theme and looked at its beginnings in the Pentateuch, its expression in the Psalms and fulfillment in the New Testament. The presentations and notes follow in this post.
by David Brubaker
Last fall, I wrote about three consistent traits of effective congregational and organizational leaders—whether lay or ordained. I’ve also noticed that healthy congregations share three characteristics that over time produce effective internal community and external ministry. The marks of healthy congregations (of all sizes) that I’ve observed are as follows: