‘Leadership in Crisis’ with Ed Stetzer [Video Interview]

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In an interview with Brian Stiller, WEA’s Global Ambassador, Ed Stetzer of the Billy Graham Center at Wheaton College suggests practical ways for church leaders to cope with the coronavirus crisis and lead through the pandemic strategically.

While we all feel caught by the virus, stuck without any idea of how to move on, pastors and church or civic leaders face a real challenge. Not only do we feel the personal entrapment of this pandemic, but others look to us, as to what they can do.

Getting unstuck is what Dr Ed Stetzer of the Billy Graham Center at Wheaton College helps us do. He takes us through four phases, from being locked down to moving forward. His ideas will help frame your plans, and your leadership. Also, you will find his web site where you can download his PowerPoint and use it to help your church, community, business or organization to move into positive territory.

Take heart, this will end, but the question is, what will we look like, and what will be our ministry and business, once this is over? Dr Ed will help you make choices, good choices.

Brian Stiller ]]>