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Author/Source: Karl Bastian

Topic: Proactivity in Ministry

Unless you are intentional, the weekly demands of ministry can quickly push you into a role of a reactive leader.

If you are the one placed in charge of a children's ministry, most likely you are a leader. However, unless you are intentional, the weekly demands of ministry programs and needy volunteers can quickly push you into a role of being a reactive leader – constantly reacting to the needs that are presented to you via e-mail, voice mail, and in person. You will be doing a lot of good, but you'll soon feel like the ministry isn't going anywhere – and you'll be right. You will be treading water and it will be all you can do just to keep your nose above the surface. You may be a servant leader, and that is a good thing - but if you want your ministry to improve you must learn to be a proactive leader – one that is driving and determining his or her actions more than being driven by the endless demands that are constantly pouring in.

What does it mean to be a proactive leader?


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