As a leader, it’s your job to establish the pace of your ministry. People are looking to you to set the direction and velocity of your mission. And if you’ve ever been in that place, you know it can be a challenging task.
Finding the right pace is essential for long-term ministry effectiveness. Move too fast and you leave others behind or crash and burn within a year. Move too slow and you fail to generate any excitement around your ministry and miss opportunities to make an impact.
How to keep up the pace in your life, work, and ministry
A few days ago, Shawn Lovejoy asked me to share some brief advice about how I establish and keep pace in my daily work as a leader to achieve long-term success. Here’s the best insights I could put together in two minutes:
Establishing a pace that will help your church to achieve long-term ministry success requires you to create a plan. It doesn’t happen by accident. It also requires you to model that pace in your daily routine. Some days and weeks are busier than others, of course, but knowing when to speed up and slow down is something you model as a leader.
Diving deeper into the topic
Learning how to do this effectively impacts more than your ministry. It carries over into every area of life. I’m really excited to dive deeper into this topic at Velocity Conference. If you’re going to be there, I’d love to connect. If you haven’t registered yet, there’s still time to bring your team.
What are some practical ways you establish and keep pace in your life and ministry?