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CCL 024 : Ask Me Anything Episode

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Earlier this week I sent out a video on twitter and I asked the community if they had any questions for me to answer on my show. I had a great time answering these questions and giving my thoughts regarding these topics.

  1. 4:24 – How do you attract the community surrounding your church?
  2. 19:58 – Who’s your favorite worship leader that you’ve worked with?
  3. 21:55 – How does the relationship between worship leader, music director, and creative director work best?
  4. 31:20 – Being that I work with volunteers and need people, how do you let people go who want to serve but really aren’t up for the task?
  5. 35:20 – Most leaders put the brunt of what’s happening on their shoulders so not to burn out their teams. Is this related to trust or Faith issues?
  6. 41:23 – As a leader, where do your responsibilities begin and end when it comes to your team?
Announcements
  • If you haven’t already, remember to pick up my new ebook, Creating a New Church Culture: 6 Proven Guidelines for Creating a New Church Culture That Makes a Difference, at CreativeChurchLeadership.com/ebook. In the book I give 6 principles that I discovered when I was building my team when we were making changes within our church. These principles helped guide our team and us as leaders through a bit of a rocky transition. But we came out of it stronger than before and these principles helped get us through. If you’re going through transition or change, or know that you will be, and every church will at some point. You’ll want to pick up your copy.
  • Website update – Creativechurchleadership.com/consulting I’m trying a cool calendar app out on my website for scheduling. And also check out creativechurchleadership.com/services for my other services I currently offer.
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CCL 021 : Do You Have A Culture of Survival?

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In this episode you’ll find my thoughts regarding a survival culture versus a creating culture within your church. I share how a survival culture can lead to stagnancy and a lack of momentum. I also share my thoughts on how to gain momentum within your church. I give you a few questions you can ask yourself and your staff and volunteers that will help bring a culture of creativity and problem solving. Please share your thoughts on this episode in the comments section of the show notes at CreativeChurchLeadership.com/021.

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CCL 016: Reigniting My Passion For What I Do Because of Cliff Ravenscraft

Cliff Ravenscraft is an “unofficial” podcasting mentor of mine. I model a lot of what I do after him and how he podcasts. Cliff has produced over 30 podcast shows and between he and his wife, they’ve produced over 3000 episodes. They’ve produced TV fan podcasts, tech podcasts, on family, spiritual matters, and social media and even a podcast about podcasting.

He recently gave a keynote at a podcast conference held in Dallas called Podcast Movement a few weeks ago. He published the keynote on one of his podcasts. It was so inspirational and motivating that I had to do a podcast on about that talk and share how it effected me and how my podcast will change and get better because of it. That episode of his can be found here.

Thanks, Cliff, for following your passion. You’ve changed my life because you followed your passion. My hope is to do the same for others.

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CreativeChurchLeadership.com/mastermind

Twitter.com/CreativeCL

Facebook.com/creativechurchleadership

 

CCL012 : The Social Church with Guest Interview Justin Wise

In this episode Social Media Guru Justin Wise discusses the importance of connecting with people through social media and why the church should learn to connect with people online. You’ll also learn how Continue Reading…

In this episode you’ll find

Leadership – It’s like a mirror. And a guest interview with photographer, Austin Mann.

In the interview we discuss Austin Mann’s life changing story, Continue Reading…

On this episode you’ll find my 5 steps on how senior pastors and high level church leaders can leverage the people of the church toward one focus to make the most impact in the communities the serve. Continue Reading…