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The Spiritual Leadership Podcast with Ps. Andrew Pham aims to equip Christian emerging leaders to grow in spiritual maturity through Bible-based practical insights, personal anecdotes and through spiritual conversations. The hope of the Podcast is to help Christian emerging leaders accelerate their spiritual maturity so they can be more like Jesus and do more for Jesus through Bible-based insights and principles.
 
Dr. Paul Chappell is the senior pastor of Lancaster Baptist Church and the President of West Coast Baptist College in Lancaster CA. He is passionate about encouraging and equipping pastors and spiritual leaders for the work of Christ! The Spiritual Leadership Podcast is produced for this cause. This podcast will encourage, equip, and edify you for the work that Christ has called you to. This podcast is published once per month and there is no cost to subscribe. Each free monthly podcast incl ...
 
The SPIRITUAL LEADERSHIP CRISIS. It is one thing when congresspersons are mocked by the general populace, but it is even more serious when the credibility of ministers is put on the level of a crooked used car salesman. Perhaps it is time to take another look at the kind of personal character it takes to become a leader that can command respect and honor.
 
Ministry leadership is about more than just growing your church or organization. It’s about participating in God’s mission in the world. But how can leaders know God’s mission or their unique place in it? Faithful ministry leadership is rooted in a life of deep and abiding faithfulness to Jesus. In “Spiritual Life and Leadership,” Markus Watson and his guests explore what it means to be faithful leaders whose ministry flows from their ever-deepening relationship with God.
 
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What is a digital silent retreat? In this episode, Laura Murray, a pastor and spiritual director, will tell the story of how she began to use Zoom to lead digital silent retreats while people were quarantining due to Covid, as well as offer insight into how to lead your own digital silent retreats. THIS EPISODE'S HIGHLIGHTS INCLUDES: Laura Murray i…
 
Giving has always been a controversial topic within the Church, in particular, from those outside of it, who see the Church as a money-grabbing machine. Regardless of the noise, the Bible is clear that giving is an essential part of our spiritual life. In these episodes, you will learn the following The theological basis for giving let it be "offer…
 
Nicholas Pearce is the author of The Purpose Path. He is also Clinical Professor of Management & Organizations at Northwestern University Kellogg School of Management and Founder & CEO of The Vocati Group. In this episode, Nicholas Pearce discusses what success really is. Spoiler alert—it has nothing to do with bigger, better, and more. It has to d…
 
Giving has always been a controversial topic within the Church, in particular, from those outside of it, who see the Church as a money-grabbing machine. Regardless of the noise, the Bible is clear that giving is an essential part of our spiritual life. In these episodes, you will learn the following The theological basis for giving let it be "offer…
 
Michael Frost and Alan Hirsch are the authors of ReJesus: Remaking the Church in our Founder’s Image. In a world in which the church has in many ways lost, not only the image of Jesus, but also the centrality of Jesus, how do we once again become the church we were meant to be? The church that the world needs us to be? In this episode, Michael Fros…
 
Bryan Sims is the author of Leading Together: The Holy Possibility of Harmony and Synergy in the Face of Change. He is also a coach with Spiritual Leadership Inc. and a professor at Asbury Theological Serminary. In this episode, Bryan Sims discusses the importance of shared leadership. As we lead through these challenging times, leaders need to be …
 
When the Lord first brought me into the pastorate, I was twenty-four years old and had a great desire to reach people in our community with the gospel of Jesus Christ. It’s hard to believe that a few weeks ago, I celebrated my sixtieth birthday, and in a few more weeks, I’ll begin my thirty-seventh year at Lancaster Baptist Church. Sometimes I wond…
 
Jon Ritner is the author of Positively Irritating: Embracing a Post-Christian World to Form a More Faithful and Innovative Church. In this episode, we discuss what it means to be the church in a post-Christendom world. How can the church be the kind of church that a Post-Christendom world actually needs—and the kind of church that God is calling th…
 
All ministry leaders, young and old, must be continual learners, in particular, to become more Christlike and therefore impact your community and ministries more. In this episode, you'll learn about the following: Importance of being a learner and the discipline of learning Obstacles that may occur in our discipline of learning Types of learning an…
 
The church is experiencing what Brian Wallace calls a crisis of adult discipleship. We have plenty of people going to church. But that doesn’t necessarily translate into faithful, deep discipleship. In this episode Brian Wallace discusses how to address that challenge. Brian is the Executive Director of Fuller Seminary’s Center for Spiritual Format…
 
Tom Nelson is author of The Flourishing Pastor, as well as the senior pastor of Christ Community Church in Kansas City and the president of Made to Flourish. In this episode, Tom Nelson unpacks what it means to be a flourishing pastor--a pastor who lives and leads from a deep well of inner health and wholeness. THIS EPISODE'S HIGHLIGHTS INCLUDE: To…
 
Rich Villodas is the lead pastor at New Life Fellowship and the author of The Deeply Formed Life, in which he explores five values that help us live in union with Jesus. In this interview, Rich and I focus on two of those five values: racial justice and reconciliation and sexual wholeness. These are not values typically associated with spiritual fo…
 
Gentrification is a process by which a local group of residents are slowly pushed out by economic forces, making room for a new group of residents. In his book, Who Moved My Neighborhood: Leading Congregations through Gentrification and Economic Change, Mark Strong helps local churches navigate that challenge of gentrification. And in this episode,…
 
Michael MacKenzie, the Executive Director of Marble Retreat and the author of Don’t Blow Up Your Ministry, has been working with pastors in crisis for a long time. In this episode, Michael will help us understand not only the danger signs of an impending ministry blow-up, but also how to heal after we’ve blown up our ministry. THIS EPISODE'S HIGHLI…
 
Mentoring may be a corporate buzzword, but when you think about it, the whole idea of mentoring is a biblical process. From Jesus mentoring His disciples to Paul mentoring Timothy and Titus, we see these kinds of relationships throughout the Bible, including the New Testament. One of the most direct instructions about mentoring is a verse we common…
 
Ian Morgan Cron is an Enneagram teacher, host of the Typology podcast, and author of the new book, The Story of You: An Enneagram Journey to Becoming Your True Self. Every person has a story. You’ve got a story. I’ve got a story. And not just a story of what actually happened, but a story we tell ourselves to help make sense of our lives. In this e…
 
The discipline of serving God and others in the Church is truly a "discipline", many a leader and pastors don't always feel like serving or even being at Church on occasion - we all have seasons of motivation and seasons of fatigue and tiredness. However, serving God is not only a privilege but also a discipline, the act of service is fundamental t…
 
Leadership resilience is about maintaining one's core purpose and identity while the world changes around us. It is especially important for those of us in ministry leadership as we navigate this rapidly changing and disruptive world in which we live. In this episode, Tod Bolsinger discusses three things we can do to grow our leadership resilience.…
 
Saving Grace, by Kirsten Powers, addresses the challenge of leadership in a divided world. How can we be people of grace when we are surrounded by so much ungrace? As a USA Today columnist and senior political analyst for CNN—and a committed follower of Jesus—Kirsten Powers comes at this challenge as someone who has had to wrestle with her own tend…
 
So many leaders around the world feel overwhelmed, stressed, busy, and pulled in so many different directions. I remember when I was a younger leader, I was pulled in so many different directions and it would always lead to exhaustion and burnout. I really believe that increasingly a spiritual discipline is setting boundaries to protect us from the…
 
Dwight Friesen and Tom Sine coach and consult with churches in the area of foresight and innovation. They are alo co-authors of 2020s Foresight: Three Vital Practices for Thriving in a Decade of Accelerating Change. There’s no denying that the world just keeps changing and it feels like the church is constantly playing catch-up. But here’s the thin…
 
It is really hard to be a church leader these days, isn’t it? The world we live in today is not the world we prepared for as ministry leaders—especially in light of everything we’ve been through over the last couple of years. So, what do you do when you find yourself essentially thrust into a world for which you weren’t prepared? What do you do whe…
 
Confession is the long lost art of the Church today, it seems like we are so obsessed with looking good and holy in front of others, that we forget the basics of what Christianity is all about. Confession is an important part of being a Christian and is something that has been lost over the centuries, in particular, today due to the obsessions with…
 
No one likes the word "discipline", it almost seems like a negative word, however, without discipline and hard work, it is difficult to grow in any area. The same goes for your spiritual life, genuine spiritual disciplines are key to growing as a Christian. In this episode, you will learn the importance of a strong devotional life which includes: w…
 
When Jesus told his disciples that "whoever wants to be great among you must be your servant, and whoever wants to be first must be your slave," that was an incredibly counter-cultural statement. It's unfortunate that the church has often rejected this teaching and, instead, has sought to "lord it over' those around them. In this episode, Tod Bolsi…
 
Spiritual Leaderships is an undervalued commodity in the Church and Christian world today. There has been a shift from business leadership into the Church leadership and it has impacted the way we do ministry and life. In many ways in needs to be the reversed, we need to re-shift our focus on the spiritual rather than on the execution of ministries…
 
Rob Gailey is Professor of Business and Director of the Center for International Development at Point Loma Nazarene University, as well as the co-author of Development in Mission: A Guide for Transforming Global Poverty and Ourselves. The issue of poverty alleviation is probably one of the most challenging issues, not only for the church, but for t…
 
Spiritual Leadership starts with prayer and fasting and in this episode, you will learn how to fast and the parameters around fasting. You will also hear a few anecdotes and personal stories to inspire you too fast! Further resources and references from the following Books: B: Donald Whitney, Spiritual Disciplines for the Christian Life (Colorado S…
 
Spiritual Leadership starts with prayer and fasting and in this episode, you will learn what is prayer and fasting and the Biblical purpose of prayer and fasting. The 10 Biblical Principles of fasting have been adapted from Donald Whitney, Spiritual Disciplines for the Christian Life. Further resources and references from the following Books: B: Do…
 
Michaela O’Donnell is the Executive Director of the Depree Center for Leadership at Fuller Theological Seminary and the author of Make Work Matter: Your Guide to Meaningful Work in a Changing World. The world of work has changed. Rarely do people stay at the same company for decades (which used to be the norm). No people move from job to job every …
 
Andy Crouch is Partner for Theology and Culture at Praxis and the author of Strong and Weak. In this episode, Andy Crouch discusses the roles of both strength and weakness--authority and vulnerability--in our leadership. So often, we assume the greatest leaders are the ones who exhibit great authority. Or maybe we believe the greatest leaders let g…
 
Mark Scandrette is the author of The Ninefold Path Jesus: Hidden Wisdom of the Beatitudes. In this episode, Mark does a fantastic job, not only unpacking what the Beatitudes are all about, but also showing us how living into the reality of the Beatitudes can help us be healthier and more lifegiving leaders. THIS EPISODE'S HIGHLIGHTS INCLUDE: Mark S…
 
Phuc Luu is the author of Jesus of the East: Reclaiming the Gospel for the Wounded. This book is based on the questions, “Why is there a theology for the sinner, but not for the victim, for the sinned against?” That same question is also at the root of this conversation. In other words, do we need to pursue a Gospel that focuses less on punishment …
 
Kara Powell is the Executive Director of the Fuller Youth Institute at Fuller Seminary, as well as the Chief of Leadership Formation, also at Fuller Seminary. Kara is also the co-author (together with Brad Griffin) of 3 Big Questions That Change Every Teenager. While Kara Powell’s book addresses the foundational questions that adolescents wrestle w…
 
Leadership, at its core, always has to do with navigating change. In a world like ours, change leadership is more critical than ever. But change leadership, or adaptive leadership, is impossible if the leader isn’t willing or able to take a learning posture. In this episode, Tod Bolsinger and Markus Watson talk about how best to learn for the sake …
 
Each church, each ministry organization, is situated in a unique context—a particular place and time and culture. And that context, if we’re paying attention and engaging with a posture of learning, will call forth creative new ways of serving and loving and blessing our neighbors. In this conversation, Tod Bolsinger and Markus Watson discuss both …
 
Mandy Smith is a pastor and the author of Unfettered: Imagining a Childlike Faith Beyond the Baggage of Western Culture. In this episode, Mandy discusses the ways we are called to embrace childlikeness, while resisting childishness. And, at the same time, we are called to embrace mature adultlikeness, while resisting insecure adultishness. THIS EPI…
 
Mark Lau Branson is the co-author of Leadership, God's Agency, and Disruptions. In this episode, Mark discusses the question raised by "Modernity's Wager." That question is, "Can life be lived well without God?" While most of us would say, "No," the sad truth is that we often live and lead as though God is neither active nor present. THIS EPISODE'S…
 
Rich Stearns, author of Lead Like it Matters to God, served as the President of World Vision from the mid-1990’s until just a few years ago. In that time, World Vision took on the African AIDS pandemic—and through Rich’s leadership helped many of us get a better understanding of what was really happening in that crisis, and of the children whose li…
 
Pamela Ebstyne King and Dwight Radcliff, professors at Fuller Theological Seminary, discuss what it means to thrive as we move into a post-Covid world, acknowledging our idols of comfort, and what it means to move forward toward the healing and wholeness that God wants for the whole world. THIS EPISODE'S HIGHLIGHTS INCLUDE: Pamela Ebstyne King is t…
 
Kurt Fredrickson and Cameron Lee are on the faculty at Fuller Theological Seminary. In this episode, our conversation centers on the theme of resilience and the willingness to adapt. What does it mean to be resilient? And how do we become resilient leaders who are not only able but willing to adapt when called to do so? THIS EPISODE'S HIGHLIGHTS IN…
 
This episode is the second part of a four-part series exploring the "Church After Covid." In this conversation, Fuller Seminary professors Ahmi Lee and David Taylor, focus on both the need for embodied presence in our lives and ministry as we return to life after Covid, and the importance of spiritual practices to help us stay grounded as we make t…
 
This episode is part one of a four-part series titled, "The Church After Covid. In this episode, we are speaking with Fuller Seminary professors Scott Cormode and Alexia Salvatierra. They will help us see the importance of expressing gratitude, moving through grief, and even acknowledging feelings of guilt, as we move into a post-pandemic world. TH…
 
That word perilous in 2 Timothy 3:1 speaks of an unraveling. It’s not hard to see the application of this verse to the world we live in today. It seems that culture from top to bottom is unraveling around us. The question is, how should we as spiritual leaders respond in this perilous time? In this newest episode of the Spiritual Leadership Podcast…
 
The Church Leadership Institute is a new initiative of Fuller Theological Seminary intended to "form church leaders to lead faithful change in a rapidly changing and disruptive world." In this inaugural episode of Spiritual Life and Leadership's partnership with the Church Leadership Institute, Tod Bolsinger and Markus Watson have a conversation ab…
 
Radiant Church, by Tara Beth Leach, is an invitation to the church to restore "the credibility of our witness." It's no secret that the church in the West has been in decline for decades. Why is that? Could it be because the world no longer sees a radiant body of Christ, but rather a people who are angry, judgmental and self-centered? This conversa…
 
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