Episode from the podcast5 Leadership Questions Podcast on Church Leadership with Todd Adkins

5LQ Episode 207: Christine Caine –

Released Tuesday, 3rd October 2017
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In this episode of the 5 Leadership Questions podcast, Todd Adkins and Eric Geiger are joined by Christine Caine, the founder of the A21 campaign and Propel Women as well as an internationally know speaker and author. During their conversation, they discuss pouring into the younger generation, focusing less on social media, and not being offended as a leader.
“It is so easy to put the project way ahead of the people in the process of leadership.”

“Every person needs someone who will look at you, love you, and tell it to you as it is.”

“As you move up the leadership ladder, you can become more and more isolated.”

“Leaders can become so removed from reality that nobody can speak into your life which is the most dangerous place to be.”

“In our own leadership journey, we’ve got to remember the goal is to be conformed and transformed into the image of Jesus.”

“It is one thing to download leadership information. It is another thing to then create a leadership pipeline.”

“The youth ministry in our church is the leadership factory of our church.”

“Our primary role, no matter where God has placed us, is to lead people to Jesus, so therefore, you’ve got to become a good leader.”

“We have got to leave a legacy for the next generation which means we must create pipelines to raise up and release young people to their God given potential.”

“You must encounter the presence of God to be propelled into the purpose of God.”

“We have got a generation that is obsessed with the works without knowing the God.”

“Offense will take you out quicker than immorality ever will.”

“What is in you will come out of you as a leader. Leadership is caught not taught, so make sure what others are catching is not toxic.”
Unashamed by Christine Caine

Propel Women


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