Brain Science and Healthy Leadership with Marcus Warner (Episode 15)

We know today’s worship leaders want to be healthy leaders who can remain their best selves when life gets tough.

Leadership can be hard sometimes - we know what it’s like for the whole PA to go down during rehearsal - or for half the band to be late on Easter Sunday morning, or trying to lead after a fight with your spouse.

In these moments people in our lives become problems we’re trying to solve, rather than people we enjoy and can relate to. Well, we’ve brought in some help!

In today’s episode, we talk to author Marcus Warner about what both brain science and scripture tell about healthy relationships - and how joy is key to becoming a healthy person and leader.

That’s what today’s episode is all about.

What is a Jesus-Shaped Life with Bob Rognlien (Episode 14)

All of us want a life that looks like Jesus’ life. But it just seems there is a gravitational pull away from a life shaped by Jesus, toward a life that is shaped by other things. 

In this episode we examine the things that shape our life as leaders - and we take a good, hard look at the shape of Jesus’ life - and ask what we could do to grow a more Jesus-shaped life ourselves. 

That’s what today’s episode is all about. 

On Dying to the False Self with Bart Tarman (Episode 13)

We know today’s modern worship leader wants to live from their best self, the truest self, their real identity. 

Many find themselves battling with the insecurity of false self and unhealthy ego that leaves them grasping for approval and acceptance, rather than resting in the simple truth of who they are in Christ. 

In this episode, Bart Tarman shares his wisdom with us, on how to discover our healthy ego and ways to offer it back to God as an act of worship. 

That’s what this episode is all about.