Show Notes: Luke Norsworthy

Show Notes: Luke Norsworthy

One chronic source of anxiety for a leader is doubt: doubt in yourself or doubt in God. Who is to say which is the worse form? My vote goes to doubt in God.

When a leader has to lead a community of faith while her or his own faith is either shifting or crumbling away, it can add significant anxiety to an already pressured role.

Show Notes: Nancy Ortberg

Show Notes: Nancy Ortberg

Nancy Ortberg is such a wonderful thinker and leader. She brings a forged wisdom to her leadership and a no nonsense approach. I thoroughly enjoyed my interview with her. Nancy’s leadership book is here. (note, a small amount of each purchase goes toward...
Phantom Strikes

Phantom Strikes

One source of leadership anxiety is a phantom strike. This is anytime one person takes a shot at you, but they are carrying a secret hidden army with them. It is any variation of “me and a bunch of people who aren’t here and who I won’t name all think there is something wrong with you.” 

Show Notes: Glenn Packiam

Show Notes: Glenn Packiam

  Glenn Packiam is a fascinating person. He began his public ministry as leader of Desperation band at New Life Church and helped form and lead New Life’s School of Worship. After a couple of tragic, public, acute challenges at New Life, Glenn explored the...
Show Notes: Makoto Fujimura

Show Notes: Makoto Fujimura

  Makoto Fujimura is both a world renowned contemporary fine artist in the Nihonga tradition and he is also a craftsman with words, authoring Silence and Beauty and Culture Care. You can follow Makoto on his own website here. Makoto covers a wide range of topics. He...
Show Notes: Marshall Shelley

Show Notes: Marshall Shelley

Marshall Shelley is Director of Doctor Of Ministry at Denver Seminary.He previously served at Christianity Today and Leadership Journal and brings a wealth of experience and wisdom to any leadership discussion. Marshall was kind enough to share a common source of...