Show Notes: Jay Pathak

Jay Pathak is Lead Pastor at Mile High Vineyard Church in Arvada. He joins me to discuss the concept of differentiation – a difficult, but essential tool in managing anxiety. Jay is one of the finest communicators I know – simply put, I love the way Jay...

Show Notes: Geoff and Sherry Surratt

Geoff and Sherry host MinistryTogether.Com – a resource for church teams, ministry couples, multi site churches and more. The reason their site offers so much is because Geoff and Sherry are simply one of those couples who, between them, carry a vast array of...
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...