When pushing our agenda keeps us from empowering others, we miss the point of leadership.
Mark L. Strauss and Justin A. Irving
Tony called me (Mark) and asked if we could get together for breakfast. The tone of fatigue and resignation in his voice spoke volumes. I knew what was up. This was Tony’s third pastoral role, and this one, like the first two, was failing.
His first was a youth pastor position. Tony was articulate, ...