Leadership

Leadership on Mission—December 6, 2016

Walking in Humility
by Dan Hamil
NAB Executive Director
 

"If I have observed anything by experience, it is this: a man may take the measure of his growth and decay in grace according to his thoughts and meditations upon the person of Christ, and the glory of Christ's Kingdom, and of His love."

—John Owen

Leadership on Mission—November 22, 2016

Deepening Trust

by Richard Brown
NAB Vice President of Ministry Support, CFO

I grew up in a lower, middle-class home. While we attended church, no genuine relationship with God existed. In spite of two significant moves, first from Houston to New Orleans and then to Southern California, life was stable, until my parents announced their separation and pending divorce the day after sixth grade ended. I was crushed. Suddenly, life felt unstable. My struggle with anxiety began.

Leadership on Mission—November 15, 2016

By His Grace

by Stu Streeter
NAB Vice President of Advancement

It’s almost a self-evident truth to say that parents play an outsized role in how their children mature and grow. My life certainly bears witness to that.

Leadership on Mission—November 8, 2016

For the next month, we wanted to take a short break from the typical leadership articles in order for you to get to know us better. Each week, a different member of the Executive Team will share his story.

Leadership on Mission—November 1, 2016

For the next month, we wanted to take a short break from the typical leadership articles in order for you to get to know us better. Each week, a different member of the Executive Team will share his story. We hope these stories give you a glimpse into our hearts and how God has built us and led us, both as individuals and as a leadership team.
 
Identity in the Father
by Cam Roxburgh
VP of Missional Initiatives

 

Leadership on Mission—October 18, 2016

Listening in Prayer
by Dan Hamil
NAB Executive Director
 

In 1988, Bill Hybels penned a book whose title alone is worth the price. The book is Too Busy Not to Pray. As spiritual leaders, we find the busyness of our lives—the pace of decisions and deadlines—overwhelming at times. In these seasons of hectic pace, we tend to drop items off our schedules that we believe can be postponed or passed over without significant loss.

Leadership on Mission - October 11, 2016

Praying Schripture

by Norm Poehlke
NAB Vice President of Ministry Outreach

As we continue to bring our leadership focus onto the theme of prayer this month, I thought it might be helpful for us to spend some time reflecting on our need to hear from God in prayer. This is not so much the activist prayer of agenda, but the submissive prayer of listening, of being still, of paying attention.

LEADERSHIP ON MISSION–OCTOBER 4, 2016

The Essential Nature of Prayer
by Dan Hamil
NAB Executive Director
 

As we were heading toward a ministry meeting, I was talking deeply with Philip Thompson, professor of Systematic Theology and Christian Heritage at Sioux Falls Seminary, about the state of the contemporary church. During our walk down the street, Philip dropped a quote on me that stuck deep in my mind and heart.

Leadership on Mission—September 27, 2016

Fruit of Your Labor

by Stu Streeter
NAB Vice President of Advancement

Fruit is a funny thing. And by funny, I mean insanely frustrating and beautifully rewarding. 

Leadership on Mission - September 13, 2016

Missional or Marsh-wiggle?
by Kent Carlson

NAB Vice President of Leadership Formation

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