Podcast Episode #336
Mike Harland is back to talk about those things which can become private distractions to our worship.
Some highlights from today’s episode include:
- Church leaders would rather not talk about “dress code” for those leading worship, but it can be problematic.
- As a leader, you have to be responsible for people in your ministry.
- In the social media age, ministry leaders need to be aware of how those in their ministry present themselves online.
- “Online fighting will damage your ministry and is a negative testimony.”
- If you’re a ministry leader, you’re accountable for your actions—so should the people be who are in your ministry.
- If you’re not willing to hold accountable those in your ministry, you’re not leading well.
- When you display spiritual leadership, you have spiritual credibility to address problems spiritually.
- “Walk close and clean before the Lord.”
The four items we discuss are:
- The longest Monday of my ministry
- Spiritual integrity of the platform in a social media age
- Accountability of leadership
- Spiritual leadership of the Worship Leader
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