This episode of EST features Micheal Wood from First Baptist West Monroe LA. Josh and Michael talk through strategies for developing a culture wherein those being led not only have the opportunity to give constructive feedback but are actually empowered to do so. They will share some of the reason this culture is hard to build and why some church leaders will resist the concept in the first place.
Located in Fort Worth, Texas, Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary is committed to providing theological education for individuals engaging in Christian ministry. Southwestern Seminary offers a variety of degree programs at the undergraduate, masters, and doctoral levels. Just this year, our friends at Southwestern launched new 8-week online classes, which means you don’t have to wait until the next full semester to begin. If you are interested in taking the next step in ministry, visit SWBTS.edu to learn more about how you can get started.
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