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Perry Noble is the Senior Pastor of Second Chance Church in South Carolina. Perry will be the first to say that there's no secret formula for being a successful leader, but there is a PERFECT example – Jesus Christ. This podcast is for those who are ready to be challenged in their faith and stretched as leaders and for those willing to do whatever it takes to be more like Jesus.

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Perry Noble is the Senior Pastor of Second Chance Church in South Carolina. Perry will be the first to say that there's no secret formula for being a successful leader, but there is a PERFECT example – Jesus Christ. This podcast is for those who are ready to be challenged in their faith and stretched as leaders and for those willing to do whatever it takes to be more like Jesus.

    Integrity/Character as a Leader

    Integrity/Character as a Leader

    Episode Summary
    Join us on this weeks episode of the Perry Noble Leadership Podcast as Perry and Cole discuss how as leaders what we do in private impacts our public leadership.



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    Why There Was Not A Red Wave In The Midterm Elections

    Why There Was Not A Red Wave In The Midterm Elections

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    This podcast isn't about politics, it's about leadership. If you're in the United States, you've surely heard the predictions over the past weeks/months leading up to this mid-term election that there was going to be a red wave, but why then on election night did the wave never come? We're going to dive into the leadership lessons that can be learned and how it ties into the Church.



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    That Sunday We Had Record Attendance - But Had NO IDEA It Was Going To Happen.

    That Sunday We Had Record Attendance - But Had NO IDEA It Was Going To Happen.

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    That Sunday We Had Record Attendance - But Had NO IDEA It Was Going to Happen.



    Strategy is important when it comes to church attendance. Strategic giveaways work well for church
    attendance. Also consider trying to "win" on "off" Sundays. Typical "off" Sundays include Memorial
    Day, Father’s Day, and the Sunday after Thanksgiving.


    Last year, 2021, our strategy to “win” on the Sunday after Thanksgiving was to giveaway a Second
    Chance Church hoodie. They were comfortable, simple, and easy advertising/marketing. We
    promoted it two weeks in advance, and experienced record-breaking attendance (more than our
    Christmas services!)


    THREE MAJOR TAKEAWAYS:


    1) KEEP IT POSITIVE – We kept focused on the win = the record attendance, not the fact that we
    ran out of hoodies because we had broken attendance.

    The crowd will follow the tone the leadership sets in the moment.


    2)
    FIGURE IT OUT - Lean into the "people on the ground" to come up with a plan, that were going
    to have to do the work. Our plan (developed in less than 15 minutes) was that we took down
    contact information and sizes, ordered the hoodies needed, contacted them once the hoodies
    were available, held them for locals for a month to be picked up on a Sunday before or after a
    service, or if they lived further than 20-25 miles away, we mailed them the hoodie.



    3) FOLLOW THROUGH – The weeks following “Hoodie Sunday” we worked just as hard. Insuring
    we delivered on what we promised. Contacting people, packaging, mailing, prepping for Sunday
    pick-ups to those close-by.


    BONUS TIP: When you have an event like this ALWAYS tell people why they should come back the
    next week (example: the start of our Christmas series.)




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    Four Reasons I See Incredible Potential For The Church In 2023

    Four Reasons I See Incredible Potential For The Church In 2023

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    On this week's edition of the Perry Noble Leadership Podcast, as we approach a mid-term election here in the United States, and a new year. Let's take a step back from the chaos and the news, and look at the reasons why 2023 could be the best year yet for the local Church. Spoiler alert, the potential of the local Church rises and falls on leadership.
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    Four Reasons I See Incredible Potential For The Church In 2023



    1) THE MORE PEOPLE THAT ARE OUT OF CHURCH MEANS THERE IS MORE
    POTENTIAL TO GROW



    A record number of people out of church = opportunity to reach record numbers
    of people.




    There’s not a lack of churches to attend. There’s a lack of churches that people
    are connecting to Jesus and/or other people.




    Church growth happens by God working through people who work towards it.




    When it comes to growing, always keep these two questions in mind:
    What do we need to start doing?
    What do we need to stop doing?
    2) MORE PEOPLE ARE ASKING QUESTIONS THAT THE CHURCH ACTUALLY
    HAS ANSWERS TO



    As the church we have answers to the current “hot topic” issues: gender,
    sexuality, abortion, politics.




    The church can’t be afraid of being “canceled” because we speak on issues
    based on what scripture tells us.




    Good leaders should also have the humility to say, “I don’t know” if they don’t
    have an answer without further research, knowledge, context.




    We need to meet people where they are and then let Jesus taken them where
    they need to be (as Jesus did).



    3) PEOPLE ARE CRAVING THE SUPERNATURAL MORE THAN EVER BEFORE



    At one time, the church had the corner of the market on the supernatural.
    Unfortunately, over the last 2,000 years we’ve made it boring and predicable.




    Goal = Create an environment where people can experience the presence of Jesus sand set the stage for the supernatural.
    We create the environment and let God do the rest!
    4) MORE PEOPLE CRAVE TO BE A PART OF SOMETHING THAT IS BIGGER
    THAN THEM & MAKES A DIFFERENCE



    People love to share common experiences




    People love to make a difference




    When we can have a common experience that makes a difference on a consistent basis - people will gives their lives to it! It's not just about making the church bigger, it's about making their lives better.



    We don’t want to only focus on building a big church, we want to build better people. That will organically make your church grow exponentially.


    FINAL THOUGHTS: Our best days are ahead of us.




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    Spiritual Leadership Versus Spiritual Abuse

    Spiritual Leadership Versus Spiritual Abuse

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    Join us on this week's episode of the Perry Noble Leadership podcast as Perry and Cole dig into the distinctions between Spiritual Leadership and Spiritual Abuse.

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    5 Distinctions Between Spiritual Leadership vs Spiritual Abuse:

    1) Leadership Is Necessary, Spiritual Abuse Is Not
    Leadership is a spiritual gift. Every team needs a point leader. Someone must make the call, most often the difficult call.
    Spiritual abuse is often seen when a leader isolates themselves, making decisions under the guise of “this is God’s plan” and no one else can question it. While spiritual
    leadership will embrace clarifying questions about decisions or vision.

    2) Leadership Seeks To Influence, Spiritual Abuse Seeks To Control
    Leadership is about influence. As John Maxwell says, “people buy into a person before a position.” My personal leadership philosophy is; listen to Jesus, do what He says. When making decisions as a leader, bounce ideas off your inner circle and work your way out to the next layer of people for their objective/educational input. A spiritual abuser only cares to control their people. The abuser believes they know what is best for everyone.

    3) Leadership Is Difficult, Spiritual Abuse Is Easy
    When we are tired, we will often choose to do what is easy rather than what is right, which will lead to abusive behavior. Leadership is difficult work. As a leader, you must constantly cast vision providing further clarification and understanding for others to support the vision.
    Spiritual abusers make way more statements. Spiritual leaders ask way more questions.

    4) Leadership Lets People Weigh In, While Spiritual Abuse Expects Automatic Buy In
    Spiritual leadership will seek input when making decisions from those that the decision will have the most impact on. This allows the team to provide additional insight and become bought into the decisions if they are included and their opinions are valued by the leader. Spiritual abusers make most, if not all, decisions alone. They will make demonstrative statements “that this is it,” t”his is the way we are doing it”, “now make it happen.”
    Leaders will always provide the “why,” abusers will default to, “because I said so.”

    5) Leadership Lasts - Spiritual Abuse Does Not
    Spiritual abuse while talked more about in the news at larger churches, mostly occurs in smaller churches. Leadership builds and lasts. Spiritual abuse will eventually run off great people and great leaders.



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    Imperfect Leaders & Messy People

    Imperfect Leaders & Messy People

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    Every leader at one point or another will lead “messy people.” Every leader will also go
    through a messy situation or season during their leadership if they’re in it long enough.



    In this episode we will cover the following:


    We all know that perfect people don’t exist. Everyone has their own struggles,
    shortcomings, and baggage – new or old. Regarding “church world” there’s usually an
    unspoken line that you can’t cross without getting fired if your sin sits on the other side
    of that line.


    What is “the line?”
    There are very few hard lines in the sand (example: stealing). Religious people over


    time have made “extra rules” and asked for perfection that is unattainable by any
    person. (See Titus 1 & Timothy 3) There is not a pastor that exists today who always
    meets every single one of these standards.


    As a leader:



    1) How do you deal with a person who is currently struggling or continuously
    struggling?




    2) Is the culture and environment of the church (or business) you lead a safe space
    for someone to come to leadership and admit they are struggling or ask for help?




    3) Can trust be rebuilt if it was lost?



    Healing is a process. If you’re a leader who claims to care about your team, you must
    be willing to walk with someone through the healing process. If a sheep is wounded in
    your flock, you don’t shoot the sheep. You find a way to set the sheep up to succeed
    and be healed.


    Jesus led a lot of “messy people.” He met them with love, not lectures.




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Customer Reviews

4.4 out of 5
123 Ratings

123 Ratings

ellesbee ,

Good stuff.

I really like this podcast and Perry's speaking/interview style. If you listen to his sermons or read his blog, you'll definitely enjoy it too. I only wish it was on a regular, fixed schedule (once/week or every other week).

Julesrules9787 ,

Getting better

It’s so much better without the girl interviewing him

DougDaDruma ,

Good for young leaders

I’ve been listening for a year or so. Perry and Logan do a great job giving young or new leaders a crash course in topics that will come up in ministry. I’m eating this up if I’m in that season of leadership. More seasoned leaders might want to look elsewhere.

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