Gavin Adams

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Does everyone seem to be an unsolicited advice giver in your church? I mean, how often do you hear, “Can I just give you a small suggestion?” I’m sure everyone means well, but hearing this every week doesn’t do my heart well. After many years of receiving unsolicited suggestions, I’ve decided on a new approach. And it seems to be working.
Does everyone seem to be an unsolicited advice giver in your church? I mean, how often do you hear, “Can I just give you a small suggestion?” I’m sure everyone means well, but hearing this every week doesn’t do my heart well. After many years of receiving unsolicited suggestions, I’ve decided on a new approach. And it seems to be working.
23 Aug 2017

A Better Way to Respond to Unsolicited Advice

Does everyone seem to be an unsolicited advice giver in your church? I mean, how often do you hear, “Can…

Labels are helpful. We as leaders label everything about people that we can. The more context the better, right? But a permanent label stuck to an assumed attribute destines people’s potential contribution and growth. It causes us to not engage their full abilities and limits them from discovering their full potential. How do we avoid prematurely assigning labels to our staff?
Labels are helpful. We as leaders label everything about people that we can. The more context the better, right? But a permanent label stuck to an assumed attribute destines people’s potential contribution and growth. It causes us to not engage their full abilities and limits them from discovering their full potential. How do we avoid prematurely assigning labels to our staff?
09 Apr 2017

Do Labels Limit the Potential of Your Church Staff?

Labels are helpful. We as leaders label everything about people that we can. The more context the better, right? But…

Every pastor feels the pressure to preach great messages – not just true, but captivating and helpful content presented in an engaging way. But the most common question I’ve recently received revolves around the number of times in a calendar year a typical Senior Pastor should preach. Find out how to determine the answer to that question for your church.
Every pastor feels the pressure to preach great messages – not just true, but captivating and helpful content presented in an engaging way. But the most common question I’ve recently received revolves around the number of times in a calendar year a typical Senior Pastor should preach. Find out how to determine the answer to that question for your church.
28 Feb 2017

Stop Preaching Every Week! 4 Ways You Can Create Margin

Every pastor feels the pressure to preach great messages – not just true, but captivating and helpful content presented in…