Given the pace of life, it’s likely you missed a post or two this past month. It’s also my hope you would want to read again a favorite post from the past few weeks. Hence, the KW360 Digest. Pour a fresh cup of your favorite blend, settle in, and enjoy the review. As you might have guessed, there are links to bonus content at the end.
New posts are published on Tuesdays, although there is some flexibility in the schedule.
- The Leadership Gift of Listening (Nov. 28)
- The Leadership Gift of Clear Forgiveness (Dec. 5)
- The Leadership Gift of Sharing Biblical Stories (Dec. 12)
- The Leadership Gift of Presence (Dec. 19)
- Worship the New Born King! (Dec. 24)
As a former journalist, I hav a difficult time turning off the keyboard. Thus, I’ve continued to publish over the years. Some of those posts are worthy of updating or reposting. A few are totally rewritten.
- December Survival Guide for Pastors (Nov. 30)
- Outreach Lessons for Established Churches from New Churches (Dec. 6)
- Why Established Churches are Learning from New Churches (Dec. 14)
- Seven Ways to Energize Next Year (Dec. 21)
Conversations about Faith & Life
Each week we publish interactive devotions on Jesus’ life designed to equip God’s people to live out their faith on daily basis.
Top Five Reads
The following links are to content from other authors that fit well the mission of KW360.
- I agree with the Barna Group’s conclusion that Christianity needs multi-generational pastoral leadership. I think they are underplaying the impact of such a high percentage of aging clergy has on vision and change processes in churches. https://www.barna.com/research/aging-americas-pastors/
- Character is indispensable for leaders. Dan Reiland illuminates this truth by outlining seven practical indicators of good character.
- Bob Logan wrote a brief but beneficial post about leading through listening.
- Quality, common sense guidance for church websites is found in this post.
- I published the below post on the KevinWilson360 Facebook page:
I beg to differ.
Leonardo da Vinici’s painting of Christ sold recently for a record $450m. It was auctioned by Christie’s.
A Christie’s spokesman said,
“‘Salvator Mundi’ is a painting of the most iconic figure in the world by the most important artist of all time.”
I think the opposite is true:
“‘Salvator Mundi’ is a painting by the most iconic artist in the world of the most important person of all time.”
Thanks for Participating in the KW360 Community
Let us know what struck you in this post in the comments or via email. Until next month, the Lord bless and guide.