47 min

Unseen Leadership Episode 6: Louie Giglio on Taking the Next Step Unseen Leadership

    • Christianity

In this episode of the Unseen Leadership podcast, Chandler Vannoy and Josh Hunter are joined by Louie Giglio who is the Pastor of Passion City Church, the Founder of the Passion movement, and author of many books including his latest Not Forsaken.



During their conversation, they discuss Louie’s journey to founding the Passion movement, how the pain of losing his dad has shaped his leadership, and how to not read your own headlines and remain humble.

QUOTES FROM EPISODE 6:

“What comes into our minds when we think about God is the most important thing about us.” - A.W. Tozer



“God is not the reflection of your earthly father; he is the perfection of your earthly father.”



“Back in 1977, ministry looked like being a senior pastor, associate pastor, missions director, youth minister, or an evangelist, and I looked at all those boxes, and one of those boxes didn’t ring the bell for me” 



“Leadership is communicating vision, trying to marshal people in a direction, reminding them of what God is calling them to, helping them endure the valleys and take the hills.”



“Leadership is just taking the next step with God.”



 “Every great leader has to go through the fire. God can’t use a man greatly until he wounds him deeply.”



“Reading your own press and reading your own headlines is the detriment to being the kind of leader that Jesus calls us to be.”



“Humility is the greatest character trait of leadership, and it is a byproduct of being in the presence of an almighty God.”



“Too often young leaders focus too much on the end game.”



“What we need in this generation is less Amazon prime book ordering and more closing the closet door and getting on our face before God.”



“The most undervalued component of leadership is simply thinking.”

RESOURCES MENTIONED

Not Forsaken by Louie Giglio

The Next Right Thing by Emily P. Freeman

So Send I You by Oswald Chambers

Birkman Personality Test

In this episode of the Unseen Leadership podcast, Chandler Vannoy and Josh Hunter are joined by Louie Giglio who is the Pastor of Passion City Church, the Founder of the Passion movement, and author of many books including his latest Not Forsaken.



During their conversation, they discuss Louie’s journey to founding the Passion movement, how the pain of losing his dad has shaped his leadership, and how to not read your own headlines and remain humble.

QUOTES FROM EPISODE 6:

“What comes into our minds when we think about God is the most important thing about us.” - A.W. Tozer



“God is not the reflection of your earthly father; he is the perfection of your earthly father.”



“Back in 1977, ministry looked like being a senior pastor, associate pastor, missions director, youth minister, or an evangelist, and I looked at all those boxes, and one of those boxes didn’t ring the bell for me” 



“Leadership is communicating vision, trying to marshal people in a direction, reminding them of what God is calling them to, helping them endure the valleys and take the hills.”



“Leadership is just taking the next step with God.”



 “Every great leader has to go through the fire. God can’t use a man greatly until he wounds him deeply.”



“Reading your own press and reading your own headlines is the detriment to being the kind of leader that Jesus calls us to be.”



“Humility is the greatest character trait of leadership, and it is a byproduct of being in the presence of an almighty God.”



“Too often young leaders focus too much on the end game.”



“What we need in this generation is less Amazon prime book ordering and more closing the closet door and getting on our face before God.”



“The most undervalued component of leadership is simply thinking.”

RESOURCES MENTIONED

Not Forsaken by Louie Giglio

The Next Right Thing by Emily P. Freeman

So Send I You by Oswald Chambers

Birkman Personality Test

47 min