Episode 12 • Who’s In Charge On Your Team

  • Written By 
  • Libby Lewis

 

 

In Episode 12, Shalon shares a personal story of one of the scariest moments in his life… No joke, if we all had a moment like that, it would be unforgettable.  You’ll have to listen in to hear the story…

It ties right into what we’re talking about – Knowing who’s in charge. It’s important to know who’s making the calls and who the leader is inside of a church setting. Organization and leadership is paramount to a healthy church.

But it all starts with a mutual respect and honor of each other. The mindset that we’re all family and working together as a team to accomplish a goal. But it’s also knowing who’s in charge and who makes the final decision.

It’s been said that the primary worship leader in the church is the Lead Pastor. I couldn’t agree more. The church is following their lead. If they entrust other leaders, the church will follow them as well, wholeheartedly… but the atmosphere and passion in a room (the temperature) is set by the lead pastor.

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