Fierce Leadership Podcast (Previously Bible Leadership)

Fierce Leadership Podcast (Previously Bible Leadership)

Leading FOR Jesus disconnected FROM Jesus, makes no sense. Your influence was meant to flow from the wellspring of God’s Word, not just the latest leadership books. Find Bible-centric leadership tips at www.fierce.church/leadership. Love the Fierce Leadership Podcast? Consider becoming a Patron for as little as $1/month! https://www.patreon.com/fierceleadership Prefer to make a one-time gift instead? Give securely here » https://ppay.co/D7bpyti-jP4

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May 4, 2021 5 min

If we're going to lead anything of any significance there's going to be a plot to take us out through compromise, so we must take our leadership call seriously. 

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There's a danger in despising the war because it isn't the pasture. But God made us to fight for that which He has already given us. And you get to the pasture BY WAY of the war. 

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As leaders, our disposition matters to God. In this quick leadership droplet, Pastor Carter talks about setting a tone of grace,  especially in ministry and ministry related environments, and adjusting our attitude to be in line with how God wants to be represented to his people. 

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Pastor Carter continues discussing how to share your God story with gentle clarity as part of the Leadership Foundations series.

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  • Leadership Foundations 1: Potential
  • Leadership Foundations 2: Strong Roots
  • Leadership Foundations 3.1: How to Share Your God Story (part 1)
  • Leadership Foundations 3.2: How to Share Your God Story (part 2)
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    Pastor Carter continues the Leadership Foundations series and talks more about how to share God story with others through deliberate intentionality.

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    Related Posts »

  • Leadership Foundations 1: Potential
  • Leadership Foundations 2: Strong Roots
  • Leadership Foundations 3.1: How to Share Your God Story (part 1)
  • Leadership Foundations 3.3: How to Share Your God Story (part 3)
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    Pastor Carter continues the Leadership Foundations series and discusses how to share your God story with others.

    Get the Show Notes »

    Related Posts

  • Leadership Foundations 1: Potential
  • Leadership Foundations 2: Strong Roots
  • Leadership Foundations 3.2: How to Share Your God Story (part 2)
  • Leadership Foundations 3.3: How to Share Your God Story (part 3)
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    In this episode, Carter and David Russo finish exploring six un-sanctified mindsets that can drain our rest, and how to fix them.

    Miss Part One? Listen here.

    More Fierce Leadership resources at fierce.church/leadership.

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    Welcome to Part 1 of the Fierce Leadership Foundations Course!

    In this episode, we talk about leadership lids and how to overcome them. Stay tuned for other episodes in this Leadership Foundations Course!

    Resources Mentioned:

  • Leadership Development Reading List (PDF Download)
  • My Utmost for His Highest by Oswald Chambers
  • A Leader in the Making by Joyce Meyer
  • Leadership Foundations 2: Strong Roots
  • Leadership Foundations 3.1: How to Share Yo...
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    In this episode, Carter and David Russo explore six un-sanctified mindsets that can drain our rest, and how to fix them.

    Related Posts:
    Practical Strategies for a Killer Sabbath
    Leadership Regrets: Not Observing the Sabbath

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    Since vision begins in the heart of God, we should start with prayer, asking the Lord to give us the burden of desire for what He wants us to do with our lives.

    You can also read this post here at Fierce Leadership.

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  • Why You Need a God-Sent Picture of the Future
  • Did God Forget His Promise to You?
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    The new year is often a time when we’re admonished to once again come up with a vision, make big goals, make this year different, etc. But the mystery of happening-upon a phenomenal vision can be a tremendous weight to put on people. 

  • What if we’re not very good at developing or thinking like a visionary?
  • What if we don’t get the vision right?
  • What if I invest a lot of time and energy into the WRONG thing?
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    Christ is seen most vividly in the compassion we show to others.

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    In order to appear nice, are we veiling our allegiance to Jesus? In this episode, Carter interviews Dr. Tracey C. Jones about the difficulty and blessings of going public for Jesus in our spheres of influence.

    Recommended Resources

  • Tremendous Leadership
  • Dr. Tracey C. Jones
  • Book: Beyond Tremendous by Dr. Tracey C. Jones
  • Book: Spark by Dr. Tracey C. Jones
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    If you're a parent, you have an invitation to respond to. 

    God invites us to LEAD our children. 

    To NOT respond to the invitation means we are assuming our kids will get all they need through media, friends we don't know, music, and every other influence the enemy and the world can throw at them when we are not around. 

    You can also read this post at Fierce Growth and subscribe to the Fierce Church podcast on Apple Podcasts, ...

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    God has no favorites.

    It can be tempting to believe that the success or influence of people we see around us or from a distance is evidence that God prefers them over us, but He doesn’t.

    READ this post here: https://fierce.church/god-loves-you-just-as-much-as-the-people-you-think-are-important/

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    Leadership Lesson: Refusing to absorb people’s responsibilities doesn’t mean you’re unloving.

    “For we are each responsible for our own conduct.” (Galatians 6:5, NLT)

    You can plead with people, appeal to their conscience, and make compelling arguments, but at the end of the day, people are responsible for their own decisions.

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    One of Satan’s greatest lies is the suggestion that feeling close to God is a passing phase.

    I don’t want to suggest that walking with Jesus is a feeling, but a consistently cold heart toward our Creator is often a sign of relational distance.

    Read this post on Fierce Growth or Bible Leadership. Find more spiritual growth resources from Fierce Growth.

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    The devil doesn’t want you to enjoy being forgiven. Even your flesh will resist it.

    You might have to get a little rough.

    Legalism can be defined as thinking we’re either made right with God or kept right with God based on our performance.

    Read this post on Fierce Growth or Bible Leadership. Find more spiritual growth resources from Fierce Growth.

    Like this message? Find the whole Shameless series at the Bible Leadership store.

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    In this interview with Dr. Tracey C. Jones (Tremendous Leadership), we look at how to lead well when you have a "Judas" on your team.

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