YoungChurchLeaders.org is about developing the leader’s heart. Developing your heart as you lead your…
As young church leaders, whether in age or experience, who you are becoming should always be given more attention than the ministry strategies you are adopting. When you focus upon becoming the right person, you will inevitably do some right things. Proverbs 4:23 says, “Above all else, guard your heart, for everything you do flows from it.”
YoungChurchLeaders.org is a practical resource you must check out. Setting aside time to develop your heart as a leader is essential, because your competency will take you only as far as your character can sustain you. YoungChurchLeaders.org will give you the resources you need to do just that.
Being a church leader is hard– and even harder when you’re young. In a time when it’s confusing to know what voices to listen to, I’m glad this resource is here to provide valuable, practical, and Jesus-centered advice for young church leaders to becoming the right person for their family, ministry, and personal life.
The thing that I love most about Young Church Leaders that makes it unique in the crowded world of leadership is the value they place on character above all else. They won’t just make you a better leader; they will make you a better follower of Jesus, a better husband or wife, and a better person in general.
The resources featured on youngchurchleaders.org are crafted and created by leaders with deep wells of knowledge, experience, and wisdom, and they are a gift to anyone who is- or works with- a young church leader.
Hello! Thank you so much for visiting YoungChurchLeaders.org. We are excited to help you develop your heart as a leader. After serving in the local church for nearly 10 years, I can personally say that developing your heart is the best leadership investment you’ll ever make. The resources provided are designed to give you practical steps to lead with character and integrity. At Young Church Leaders it’s clear, Leadership Development begins with the heart.
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