A Conversation about Church Leadership
From left, Mark Taylor, David Roadcup, Jim Estep, and Gary Johnson.
From left, Mark Taylor, David Roadcup, James Estep, and Gary Johnson.

David Roadcup, James Estep, and Gary Johnson have helped thousands of elders and ministers work together more productively. Their advice to resolve elder/staff conflict: “The first step is to admit you’re broken.” Click here to see their interview with CHRISTIAN STANDARD Editor Mark Taylor.

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1 Comment

  1. July 22, 2014 at 11:35 am

    Thank you for the interview and insight.
    I have been a pastor for 34 years (Youth, Teaching, Missions) but just a year ago began my first Lead Pastor role.
    The Honeymoons over and this looks to be exactly what we need. I love my Elders. I recognize I need to player a more directive role in leading and training them.

    Thank you men,

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