Rod Denton Induction at Elizabeth Church of Christ_2012

Rod Denton has served as a pastor and is a teacher in the development of emerging leaders in Australia and 9 different countries across Asia with Asian Access. He currently serves as a consultant for Rod Denton: Equipping The Next Generation.

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Christian Living, Discipleship, Leadership, Mentoring

ONE PERCENTERS…… that build a culture of excellence

I was most interested to learn from a family in my church about their recent holiday in another state. Even more so when they had taken the time to visit a very well known church in that state. I asked them what was it that impressed them most about the church and what could we learn from them. Their reply surprised me. It was the carpark attendants that impacted them and would even prompt them…
Christian Living, Discipleship, Leadership, Mentoring

WORDS THAT HVE SHAPED MY LIFE 33 – 40

(33) “TO MINISTER OR TO MANIPULATE” There came a time when I was awakened to the fact that my life of service as a pastor was being subtly motivated by my need for appreciation from those that I served. For example, following the preaching of a sermon I would feel valued and appreciated when the feedback was warm and encouraging. Then I read Larry Crabb’s book The Marriage Builder and I learned that in marriage,…
Discipleship, Leadership, Mentoring

WORDS THAT HAVE SHAPED MY LIFE 25 – 32

(25) “HE/SHE WHO GETS VISION, GETS JOB” One of the dangers of leadership is that of becoming overloaded by taking on the good ideas of other people. It usually occured when someone would come to me and say, “I have a good idea. Why don’t we do……………. I will leave it with you, Rod.” I was overloaded because I was accepting responsibility for other people’s good ideas. Gradually I realised there was a better way…