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EP 155 – REPLANT SUMMIT 2022 REVIEW

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Let’s get right to it, the boys break down some of the key insights from the 2022 Replant Summit held in Alpharetta at The North American Mission Board.  Also, a challenge has been issued to take on the hosts from Revitalize and Replant to a 2 on 2 hoops contest!

Now, on to the Summit insights.

  • Mark Clifton reminded us why we have doubts and the answer is a person named Jesus.
  • Brian Croft reminded us that the call to Pastor is a call to die a little each day for the sake of the flock.
  • Jordan Raynor reminded us to go to the author of time about how to manage time And he also reminded us to close our open loops.
  • Min Lee reminded us that God overcomes obstacles by using the body of Christ
  • Mark Hallock reminded us you teach what you know but you reproduce who you are!
  • Frank Lewis reminded us that we are carriers of hope through what we preach and who we are
  • Bob Bumgarner reminded us that we need each other, we are not to Pastor alone
  • Nick Ian Carter let us in worship, check out his music

You can listen to all the great presentations here: 2022 Replant Summit or sign up for the Replant Hub and watch them there

Did you attend the Summit? We’d love to hear from you. If you are considering Replanting we’d love for you to join us at Southern Seminary, October 28-29, 2022 for Am I a Replanter?

 

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EP 154 – SERVANT LEADERSHIP PT. 3 w / BOB BUMGARNER

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Here’s another great EP with Jimbo and the Bobs talking servant leadership. Every leader and every church lives in tension between selfishness and selflessness. Servant leaders live free and bold lives asking for feedback in order that they may become more, not for their own glory, but for God’s glory.

Bob Bumgarner put together a great chart which describes the difference between self-serving and servant leadership.  Check it out as you listen to this EP and dig down deep in examining your own leadership world.

There’s some great gold in all of the podcast but this quote stands out; “In church planting, you may die of starvation. In  church revitalization you may die of a broken heart.”

We’d love to hear from you! Do you have questions, comments, stories to share? Drop us a note, email or even voicemail on the Bootcamp hotline.

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EP 153 – FOUNDATIONS OF SERVANT LEADERSHIP

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Jimbo is joined by the Bob’s (Bob Bickford and Bob Bumgarner) in this EP on Servant Leadership.  Join the guys as they explore leadership from the perspective of a three – legged stool.

Leadership Foundations

  • Personal: who is God shaping me to be?
  • People: how am I leading those God has given me?
  • Purpose: what is God calling me to do?

Leadership Action

  • Setting direction
  • Generating Commitment
  • Facilitating Change

 

Jump in and listen to the rest of this episode as Bob Bumgarner drops some great leadership wisdom applicable in your ministry, job and role.

 

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EP 152 – Servant Leadership Part 1

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The boys are back at it again. This week Bob and JimBo are dipping their toes into a discussion about servant leadership. Stick around next week and they will dive even further in with the help of Bob Bumgarner.

  • Jesus came to serve – not to be served
  • As elders, pastors, and leaders we have been called to serve – to equip – to honor God and others
  • Robert Greenleaf writes “The servant-leader is servant first. It begins with the natural feeling that one wants to serve. Then conscious choice brings one to aspire to lead. The difference manifests itself in the care taken by the servant – first to make sure that other people’s highest priority needs are being served. The best test is: Do the served grow as persons; do they, while being served, become healthier, wiser, freer, more autonomous more likely to become servants.”
  • In his book, The Servant, James C Hunter defines servant leadership as “The skill of influencing people to work enthusiastically toward goals identified as being for the common good.”
    • Hunter says we lean toward power or authority in our leadership
      • POWER – “The ability to force or coerce someone to do your will, even if they choose not to, because of your position and might.”
      • AUTHORITY –  “The skill of getting people to willingly do your will because of your personal influence.”
  • Three questions we should ask ourselves
    • Person – Who is God shaping me to be?
    • People – How am I leading those God has given me to lead?
    • Purpose – What is God calling me to do?

It’s not too late to sign up for the Replant Summit in ATL, we’d love to see you there!

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