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The 5 Leadership Questions podcast, hosted by Todd Adkins and Chandler Vannoy, is brought to you by LifeWay Leadership. In each episode, the hosts ask five questions of different guests or on a particular leadership topic. The aim of this podcast, which now has close to 2 million downloads, is to inform and encourage Christian leaders no matter where they are serving—whether in the pastorate, the business world, non-profits, or on a volunteer basis. Our aim is to provide you with practical takeaways that you can implement today. We want to help you grow in character, knowledge, and skills. So join our community and subscribe today! You won’t regret it.

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The 5 Leadership Questions podcast, hosted by Todd Adkins and Chandler Vannoy, is brought to you by LifeWay Leadership. In each episode, the hosts ask five questions of different guests or on a particular leadership topic. The aim of this podcast, which now has close to 2 million downloads, is to inform and encourage Christian leaders no matter where they are serving—whether in the pastorate, the business world, non-profits, or on a volunteer basis. Our aim is to provide you with practical takeaways that you can implement today. We want to help you grow in character, knowledge, and skills. So join our community and subscribe today! You won’t regret it.

    5LQ Episode 452: Larry Osborne

    5LQ Episode 452: Larry Osborne

    In this episode of the 5 Leadership Questions podcast, Todd Adkins and Chandler Vannoy are joined by Larry Osborne, author and teaching pastor at North Coast Church. They discuss succession planning and how people choose to live in echo chambers.







    BEST QUOTES







    "There are no good transitions, there are only good people.""Godly people can make weird structures work, even co-pastoring.""When you have goals you immediately move to metrics, and when you move to metrics you artificially try to reach them.""God does not give me a flock, he gives me to a flock.""It's not a trick to explode in growth, it's a trick to be healthy.""We choose the world we live in informationally.""We need to have a true kingdom mindset to reach our communities like we never have before.""The absolutely predictable fruit of a culture in which everything is have it your way is everybody is different.""The weekend service is simply a catalyst for discipleship.""The only legacy you have is with your spouse, your children, your closest friends. No one remembers a great-great-grandfather unless he's famous or infamous.""We all overestimate what we can do in one year and greatly underestimate what God will do in five.""If you can't learn to find peace in circumstances that aren't great, you still won't be at peace when they are great."







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    5LQ Episode 258: Larry Osborne







    Sticky Church by Larry Osborne







    Sticky Teams by Larry Osborne







    Sticky Leaders by Larry Osborne







    Lead Like a Shepherd by Larry Osborne







    Thriving in Babylon by Larry Osborne







    A Contrarians's Guide to Knowing God by Larry Osborne







    The Effective Executive by Peter Drucker







    5LQ Episode 93: Simon Sinek

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    5LQ Episode 451: Ed Stetzer

    5LQ Episode 451: Ed Stetzer

    In this episode of the 5 Leadership Questions podcast, Todd Adkins and Chandler Vannoy are joined by Ed Stetzer, executive director of the Wheaton College Billy Graham Center. They discuss navigating leadership during times of crisis and being a better leader through learning.







    BEST QUOTES







    "The cultural moment now is more complex than it has been anytime in my lifetime.""We are probably in the worst days of the worst crisis of our lifetime, so I think things on crisis leadership are really helpful.""We help lead conversations for greater gospel impact.""My role as a missiologist is to help people be thoughtful about engaging an increasingly disinterested and in some ways more hostile culture.""Mission, vision, and values stay the same, but strategy and structure have changed.""Leading through this time is in a lot of ways asking, 'what now?'""What does it look like to pivot as a congregational level?""We have to lead through partly by addressing the cultural issues of the moment, but also partly by mobilizing our congregations in new and fresh ways.""Scarcity brings clarity.""To read, listen, and learn each day will help you be a better leader in the long term."







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    New Churches Q&A Podcast







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    What Now? Navigating Leadership in Tumultuous Times Course







    Christians in the Age of Outrage by Ed Stetzer







    Your It: Crisis Change and How to Lead When It Matters by Leonard J. Marcus, Eric J. McNulty, Joseph M. Henderson, and Barry C. Dorn

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    5LQ Episode 450: Carey and Toni Nieuwhof

    5LQ Episode 450: Carey and Toni Nieuwhof

    In this episode of the 5 Leadership Questions podcast, Todd Adkins and Ben Mandrell are joined by Carey and Toni Nieuwhof, author of Before You Split. They discuss the following questions:







    * An overview of your background* How did being in the pastorate affect your marriage and this book?* What was the transition like going from being lawyers to being in the ministry?* What was your viewpoint like as Carey's spouse?* What tips do you have on starting to attack this problem instead of watching it wither?







    BEST QUOTES







    "Leading up to my burnout there was a lot of strife in our marriage." - Carey Nieuwhof"There were times where our personal struggle was so intense that it was hard to be at church on Sundays - for both of us." - Toni Nieuwhof"At the end of the day, emotional maturity is spiritual maturity and emotional immaturity is spiritual immaturity." - Carey Nieuwhof"It was a real bone of contention between us that there was so much success outside of our home but so much tension between us." - Toni Nieuwhof"If you are winning at work, but you are losing at home, you are losing." - Carey Nieuwhof"I want the people closest to me to be the people most grateful for me." - Carey Nieuwhof"One of the problems that I've seen is the natural human tendency to be blinded by a victim narrative." - Toni Nieuwhof"The problem with the victim narrative is that it allows us to take ourselves off the hook." - Toni Nieuwhof"Leadership is so hard, our marriage was hard, and what I would do was look for the one thing I could control." - Carey Nieuwhof"Whatever you can do to bring down the conflict level and take some of the intensity out of what is going on between you relationally is a great first focus, but that's something you may need a counselor's help with." - Toni Nieuwhof"Your spouse cannot bear the weight of being your only friend." - Toni Nieuwhof







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    Before You Split by Toni Nieuwhof







    Didn't See It Coming by Carey Nieuwhof







    The Emotionally Healthy Church by Pete Scazzero







    Smart Family Podcast

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    5LQ Episode 449: Matt Carter

    5LQ Episode 449: Matt Carter

    In this episode of the 5 Leadership Questions podcast, Chandler Vannoy is joined by Matt Carter, lead pastor of Sagemont Church in Houston, Texas. They discuss changing culture in an established church and the power of encouragement.







    BEST QUOTES







    "One of the biggest things I am facing is how do you honor the legacies of the past but then transition this church that hired you because they want you to help them?""How do you keep the DNA of the organization that is good, and right, and healthy, but at the same time transition the culture in the areas that need to be transitioned without causing World War III?""Culture is something you can change.""I'm trying to instill a culture of excellence in the church.""The goal is to not just come to church and hear preaching but to live on mission wherever God has them.""There's no such thing as a non-missional Christian.""Raising the missional temperature in the church, I think, is done a lot through the pulpit.""I have realized the power of encouragement in my own life, so I am trying to walk around and make sure people know I appreciate them.""Place your wife first before your ministry.""Lead from gentleness and humility."







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    • 30 min
    5LQ Episode 448: Dr. Henry Cloud

    5LQ Episode 448: Dr. Henry Cloud

    In this episode of the 5 Leadership Questions podcast, Todd Adkins and Chandler Vannoy are joined by Dr. Henry Cloud, author of Boundaries and Necessary Endings. They discuss how trauma affects decision making and how pruning away healthy things is actually helpful in following intended vision.







    BEST QUOTES







    "A lot of times in high performers, their unprocessed hurt does their thinking for them.""If you are going to get from where you are today to wherever you've decided your vision is, it won't happen unless you let go of some things you are doing today.""Over time you have a different audience, a different demographic, a different emphasis in the mission, and it's very difficult for people to create a necessary ending.""That's leadership: to figure out what's got to end.""There's no such thing in the New Testament as people taking up resources and not being accountable for a return on that investment.""If you look at COVID, a lot of people are having to prune ways they used to do church and create stuff for the new season.""We have been trying to get more focused on equipping people on the crucial life skills.""The biggest challenge for any parent or spouse right now is focus."







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    5LQ Episode 404: Necessary Endings Book Breakdown







    Boundaries by Dr. Henry Cloud & Dr. John Townsend







    Necessary Endings by Dr. Henry Cloud







    Changes That Heal by Dr. Henry Cloud







    Churches That Heal







    Nudge by Richard Thaler and Cass Sunstein







    The Body Keeps the Score by Bessel van der Kolk







    Boundaries.me







    Leadership University







    For instant access to 100 of Dr. Cloud's leadership videos for free text "CLOUD" to 33777

    • 37 min
    5LQ Episode 447: Andrew Peterson

    5LQ Episode 447: Andrew Peterson

    In this episode of the 5 Leadership Questions podcast, Todd Adkins and Chandler Vannoy are joined by Andrew Peterson, musician and author. They discuss the following questions:







    * What is a conflict or failure that has benefited you in your leadership?* Who or what has been the greatest leadership influence in your life?* What book would you gift yourself as a young leader?* If you could teach any course on any topic, what would it be?* When you look at from a Scriptural stand point and from who we are as being created in the image of God, what does that mean?







    BEST QUOTES







    "There is a tendency in our current climate to be really afraid of being wrong and it can make you second guess everything.""Being wrong is one of the best things you can be, and what I mean by that is that being wrong forces you to experience mercy and humility and teaches you how to ask for forgiveness.""The thing that is way better than getting it right every time is being humble enough to know that you can't get it right every time.""Tipping into my 40s wasn't the death of a person, it was like the death of some dreams. It felt like the were things in me dying to make room for other things God had for me.""There have been so many ups and downs over the years, by the time I hit 40 this massive tidal wave of grief slammed into me.""Helping people see that no matter what their gifting is, they are called to speak light into the world and bring order out of chaos and build the kingdom of God in a creative way.""I think people need to be given permission sometimes to think of themselves as creatives, they don't realize that they have this bright fire of the image of God burning in them and the world needs that light.""You are always building a kingdom. The question is, whose kingdom are you building?"







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    Adorning the Dark by Andrew Peterson







    On the Edge of the Dark Sea of Darkness by Andrew Peterson (Wingfeather Saga Book #1)







    North! Or Be Eaten by Andrew Peterson (Wingfeather Saga Book #2)







    The Monster in the Hollows by Andrew Peterson (Wingfeather Saga Book #3)







    The Warden and the Wolf King by Andrew Peterson (Wingfeather Saga Book #4)







    5LQ Episode 387: Andrew Peterson







    Walking On Water by Madeleine L'Engle







    A Grief Observed by C.S. Lewis







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