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Five-Minute Leadership with Steve Murrell

What is Apostolic Ministry?

Five-Minute Leadership: Episode 84 #5MinuteLeadership The five leadership gifts that God has given the church (apostles, prophets, evangelists, shepherds, and teachers) help build maturity and unity. Steve Murrell examines three of the key ideas that...

Team Ministry

Five-Minute Leadership: Episode 83 #5MinuteLeadership Who do you do ministry with? Steve Murrell discusses doing ministry with a team and reminds us that we are better together.

Speaking Truth in Love

Five-Minute Leadership: Episode 82 #5mInuteleadership Who speaks into your life? Steve Murrell discusses the importance of inviting people to speak truth into your life and what it means to be a truth speaker.

Solitude & Silence w/ William Murrell

Five-Minute Leadership: Episode 81 #5MinuteLeadership As a leader, eliminating distractions and pushing through boredom leads to the best opportunity for creative action. In this episode of 5 Minute Leadership, guest speaker William Murrell discusses the...

Reflecting on Your Leadership

Five-Minute Leadership: Episode 80 with William Murrell #5MinuteLeadership Instead of spontaneous reaction, how can leaders learn purposeful action? This week on Five Minute Leadership, guest William Murrell teaches on another rhythm that leaders should...

The Rhythm of Leadership with William Murrell

Five-Minute Leadership: Episode 79 #5MinuteLeadership How should we think of the balance between work and rest? In this episode of 5 Minute Leadership, guest speaker William Murrell dives into what it means to have a healthy rhythm of work and rest in our...

Hearing From God with Jim Laffoon

Five-Minute Leadership: Episode 78 #5MinuteLeadership If you find yourself out of answers, give God an opportunity to come into that situation. This week on 5 Minute Leadership, guest Jim Laffoon talks about the gift of hearing God’s voice in your...

Constrained by the Spirit

Five-Minute Leadership: Episode 77 #5MinuteLeadership Leadership is more than just freedom—it's constraint. Steve Murrell shows us how being “constrained by the Spirit” brings safety, affliction, and solves our leadership shortages.

Setting the Table

Five-Minute Leadership: Episode 76 #5MinuteLeadership Steve Murrell goes over the principle of "putting the salt shaker back in the center of the table" and reminds us that, to solve our leadership shortages, we must do the work of putting our values and...

The Multiplication Challenge

Chapter 5

Will leaders grow organically? When the number of disciples exploded beyond what their leaders could handle, Steve and his team at Victory in Manila examined their processes to figure out how to fix the gap. Chapter 5 unveils the four leadership...

Chapter 4

Should leaders stop growing? Leaders are often tempted to focus on excelling in skill or exceeding their peers in title, or even to believe that they can outgrow the need to grow. After developing many leaders and learning through tough lessons in his own...

Chapter 3

Can leaders be listeners? The widely accepted image of a leader is one who talks, directs, and runs the program. But in Chapter 3, Steve and William express why leaders must become good at accepting the thoughts we don't come up with—i.e. listening. Who...

Chapter 2

Is leadership plural? Success can bring new problems with it. Many of us are aware that growth brings new weight, responsibilities, and the need for more leaders. Chapter 2 shares insights into becoming the leader you need to be, and training up the...

Chapter 1

Steve and William Murrell sat down with leaders of different ages and spheres of influence to talk about leadership and leadership development. These conversations were guided by the Introduction and first five chapters of their co-written leadership...

Introduction

Do numbers matter? Steve Murrell learned a lesson about chasing the wrong numbers and sliding towards the wrong definitions of success early on as a church planter. As your church, organization, or company grows, “we’re all going to count something.” But...