Bill Hybels says, “For the Church to reach is redemptive potential, it must be well led.”
Leadership matters. It matters in corporations, it matters in countries, and it especially matters in churches.
Most pastors I know would agree with this. Yet, some struggle to carve out space to invest in their own leadership development. Some even feel guilty if they take the time to stretch their own leadership skills.
Yet, when pastors invest in themselves, everybody wins—their families, their staffs, their boards, and ultimately their congregation. So, take a look at your week and make some time.
As a leader, where do you go to get inspired? Where do you go to learn alongside the other people you lead?
At Willow Creek Association we host the Summit so that you can increase your leadership bandwidth. We hope you’ll be there this year. (If you’re planning on going to the Summit this year, register by today to lock in the best rates.) But, even if you can’t make it to the Summit, we still hope you take the time to invest in your development.
We’re curious, what are you going to do to invest in yourself this week? This year?
By: Andy Cook (@wca_andycook)
WCA Membership Leader