Hosts Vance Pitman and Noah Oldham join Brad Lomenick for the second installment of their discussion on humble, hungry, and hustle-driven leadership. Listen as they delve even further into the topic of church-planting leader development, especially through the lens of healthy hunger and how rest can take you further in your hustle.
In This Episode, You’ll Discover:
- Where to find zeal and wisdom in your discipleship development
- Tips for finding joy within your church-planting journey
- Why curiosity in one of your greatest assets in leadership
- How rest is correlated to obedience
- Why you may be feeling burned out
- Brad’s book: H3 Leadership: Be Humble. Stay Hungry. Always Hustle.
- Interested in learning more? Check out our Church Planting Primer.
- Are you ready to enroll in our Church Planting Masterclass?
Sharable Quotes (#NewChurches):
A lot of church planters assume they have to become pastors, but the reality is that Paul never pastored any of the churches he planted. He was the planter and apostolic missionary who raised up leaders. — Vance Pitman
When you ask a good question, you honor the person you’re asking, and you’re saying to them, “I’m really interested and want to know more.” — Brad Lomenick
Hunger doesn’t take skill or know-how, but it does take experience. It’s the mindset of walking into every environment with a posture of asking questions compared to just giving answers. — Brad Lomenick
Leadership is not sitting in a room with a whiteboard and dreaming up something great for God; it’s about living in dependence and in pursuit of Him, seeking what He’s doing in the world, and then leveraging our lives to get in on it. — Vance Pitman
Church planting requires hard work and a generation of leaders who are saying, “I’m willing to do the hard things.” — Noah Oldham
Published July 20, 2023