Podcast : Jeanne Mayo

04. Navigating Church Politics

We can get really cynical if we don't realize that politics is everywhere there is humanity. We just don’t expect “politics” to exist in the church because we’re all “Christians.” However, as “human beings” are a part of a church...there will be “Church Politics.” In this podcast, Jeanne and Vance discuss how to keep from becoming cynical or disillusioned when you have to deal with church politics. How do you keep from becoming cynical or disillusioned when dealing with church politics? #1: I look at people in the church world that have allowed cynicism and church politics to deeply wound them...and I don’t like what I see. #2: I remind myself that heaven and hell are for real. #3: The Bible says, “promotion comes from the Lord.” #4: Being a...


03. Grit: The Power of Perseverance and Passion

If you haven’t been in ministry long enough to quit...you haven’t been in ministry long enough to be any good at it. In this podcast Jeanne and Vance look at some of the things that take people out of the ministry and how to develop GRIT...to fight through the mind games, stay in the game, and make a difference in today’s youth and young adult culture. It’s really true that as a leader...it’s not what you do that will multiply...it’s who you are.


02. Speaking The Truth When Someone Doesn’t Want To Hear It

The Bible teaches us to "speak the truth in love" and "restore a person gently..." but what if they don't want to hear it? As Christian leaders we need to take seriously the privilege and responsibility of speaking truth to people we are leading...even when it's difficult. Learning to do this will help you build trust in your relationships as people realize your sincere heart is not to, "call them out," but to make them better. Taking wisdom from Galatians 6:1-2, and years of practical experience from decades in youth ministry, Jeanne shares thoughts on how navigate this crucial leadership skill effectively.

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