Leading change when everything has changed
Conversation | | 9th October 2020
In a time when disruption has become the accepted normal, how do we maintain developmental growth and change so that we don’t fall into a rut?
“It’s seeing this as a season of openness and possibility rather than gridlock and inability.”
He offers that this time isn’t a time to freeze, but rather lean in to the change and contemplate how it could offer more opportunity than opposition. Sure, change is always tough, however it’s how we respond in crisis that reveals our character and the continuing work of God in our lives.
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Molk is the Senior Field Officer (North), and responsible for young adult ministry as a part of the PULSE team.