Axiom 2: Leadership Seeks Counsel Not Consensus

Proverbs 15:22 says, “Plans fail for lack of counsel, but with many advisers they succeed.” There are two approaches to including others. One is beneficial and the other is detrimental to the task of leading. Seeking counsel means finding the best and brightest available, allowing them to speak freely from their years...

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Our Online Program

Join us this morning at Crossroads Vineyard Church in Huber Heights! You can follow along online by using our digital program through Youversion. Click to access our online program.

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5 Marks of a Biblical Church

In the beginning of Acts, we see a group who have experienced the death of their leader and the one they assumed to be the Messiah. They witnessed the resurrection of Jesus; something they could hardly believe themselves. Then Jesus was taken up into heaven. Just before He ascended into...

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The Wayfarer

Here is a great thought by Alexandros Evangelou Xenopouloudakis entitled Instructions for Wayfarers. They will declare: Every journey has been taken. You shall respond: I have not been to see myself. They will insist: Everything has been spoken. You shall reply: I have not had my say. They will tell...

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