I’ve been a runner for decades, well, more like a jogger. I don’t run far, I don’t run fast, and I don’t run pretty, but it’s 3.1 miles every day.
One thing I’ve learned is that I don’t run well on an unstable surface.
Jogging in beach sand, rocky surfaces, or a potholed grass field doesn’t work for me. It destabilizes my footing, and I feel off-balance the whole time.
It makes me run in a tentative way.
In this COVID season, the same thing happens in leadership.
The sustained disruption in so much of the life and ministry of a local church has many leaders off-balance, and we can end up leading tentatively.Read More