Every article dealing with the Coronavirus is a rehash of what everyone knows; we are in turbulent times. For leaders it is crucial to lead well even when so much is unknown. Thom and Sam discuss some best practices and how to shepherd your people during times of uncertainty.
- Fear is an overriding emotion, especially when a lot of unknowns exist.
- Above all, pray to the Sovereign Creator.
- Let your church’s legacy and past remind people of your resiliency.
- Lead symbolically and inspire people.
- Get people moving again through ministry.
- Focus on what you can control.
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