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Self-evaluation for More Effective Ministry

Below are five characteristics commonly found in pastors of healthy, thriving churches. On a scale of 1 to 5 (5 being the highest), rate yourself as of today. Then identify at least one measurable step you can take now to move yourself toward your desired goal.

1. Preach well. (The ability to communicate God’s truth in a clear and compelling way, resulting in life change in both the preacher and the listener),

“Preach the Word; be prepared in season and out of season. Correct, rebuke and encourage –
with great patience and careful instruction.“ 2 Timothy 4:2

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2. Lead well. (The ability to organize and facilitate effectively, and empower others, so as to cause others to want to follow you as a leader).

“I am convinced that the church will never reach her full redemptive potential until men and women with the leadership gift step up and lead.” Bill Hybels

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3. Care well. (The ability express love, care and compassion in a way that affirms, encourages and inspires).

“Not all good pastors will be good at planting churches but all good church planters
will be good pastors.”  Dave Olson

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4. Build well. (The ability to equip and release people into gift-based ministry, resulting in increased ownership among the people for the ministry in which they are serving).

Leaders create and inspire new leaders by instilling faith in their leadership ability and helping them develop
and hone leadership skills they don’t know they possess.” John Maxwell

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5. Work smart. (The ability to prioritize what is most important and to organize yourself around those priorities, and delegate effectively as much as possible to others).

“A life is which anything goes will ultimately be a life in which nothing goes.” John Maxwell

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Category:Fruitfulness - Years 2-3