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Six Marks of a Church Culture that Deeply Changes Lives: Part 2 – EH Leader Podcast

Posted on March 12th, 2019

Creating a healthy church culture is indispensable to multiplying deeply transformed disciples and leaders. In this podcast series, I expand on the six characteristics of what this culture looks like. Last week, I looked at a slowed down spirituality. This week I explore integrity in leadership:

  1. Slowed-Down Spirituality
  2. Integrity in Leadership
  3. Beneath-the-Surface Discipleship
  4. Healthy Community
  5. Passionate Marriage and Singleness
  6. Every Person in Full-Time Ministry

This podcast digs into a number of critical themes related to integrity. We begin by looking at integrity as a continuum, i.e. something that we are continually growing in through our lives. (I share my own long journey as an example). Then we examine what it means to guard the integrity of the ministry, church, organization, or family we lead. And finally, I offer a few pointers on practical ways to raise the level of your own integrity that will inevitably impact those you lead.

Remember: When we have integrity in leadership, we do not pretend to be something on the outside that we are not on the inside.

Let me invite you to download our free e-book upon which this podcast is based: Six Marks of a Church Culture that Deeply Changes Lives. Each characteristic is summarized on those pages. After the description of each characteristic, you will also find a quick assessment tool and then questions for personal reflection and team discussion.

Enjoy the podcast!

 

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