Resilient Leadership Update #1
Welcome to the Resilient Leadership Series!
We want to equip you with ideas, information, and inspiration to help you lead strong during the Coronavirus outbreak and social distancing. As you scroll through this email, you’ll find what we hope is a treasure trove of the helpful resources to help you BE the church—even when your church isn’t meeting in person.
The need for ministry has never been greater in your community than it is right now, and we thought it was only appropriate to start this series talking about generosity.
The church is at its best when generosity is a defining characteristic. We believe generosity is a spiritual experience well before it is a financial decision. During this time, we have an opportunity to show the world how the practice of generosity is one of the most powerful actions we can take to unite, serve, and create an impact in the world.
If you're struggling to find a way to encourage generosity right now, then we'd love to share with you what we're learning and seeing all across the country. It's our privilege to see pastors and churches become transformational agents of change through the practice and paradox of generosity even when their churches aren’t meeting in person for weekend worship.
Generosity is not something God wants from us. It's something God wants for us. We want you to experience that, too.
P.S. Starting next week, you’ll receive a “Resilient Leadership Update” on Tuesdays and Thursdays. If you have a ministry example you’d like to share, just hit reply. Your response will come straight to me.