Pastor Brian Houston

Senior Pastor of Hillsong Church

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Live, Love, Lead PERSONAL & SMALL GROUP STUDY is a companion study guide to Brian Houston’s best selling book of the same name.

Join Pastor Brian Houston, Senior Pastor and Global Founder of Hillsong Church, as he sits down with a small group of leaders to discuss his personal life, love and leadership journey and apply biblical truths and practical life lessons to your own. Through 8 sessions, this study will guide group discussions and prayer time, and encourage you to acknowledge your past, but keep your eyes on the future and God’s great plans for your life.

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Brian Houston Leadership Podcast
Key Staff Message | Wide Open Spacious Life
Key Staff Message | Wide Open Spacious Life Show Notes 01:23 2 Corinthians 6:11-12 (MSG) - Your lives aren’t small, but you’re living them in a small way. 02:24 I’ve always believe that the smaller your background, the more you have to work to expose yourself to the wide open spacious life. - Brian Houston 05:52 Philippians 4:8 08:55 Having an indomitable spirit 09:26 Gossip occurs when narrow minds and big mouths team up. - Brian Houston 10:47 Spiritual generosity does not come from small narrow thinking, it comes from wide open spacious spirit. - Brian Houston 13:09 Colossians 1:19 (MSG) 14:55 Thoughts about Single Minded & Narrow Minded 1. Being single minded means you are focused around the cause, Narrow minded are distracted and unfocused. 2. Single minded are bigger than the small things, Narrow minded are smaller than the big things. 3. Single minded has a can do spirit, Narrow minded can only see reasons on why it cannot be one. 4. Single minded live accountably and take responsibility, Narrow minded are self justifying, hate s responsibility. 5. Single minded lead by example, Narrow minded tend to make an example of others. 6. Single minded build up others, Narrow minded brings down others. 7. You are moving forward and have momentum when you are single minded. Discover more exclusive content BrianChouston.com Twitter: @BrianCHouston FB: fb.com/PastorBrianHouston Snapchat: @BrianCHouston Instagram: @BrianCHouston Hillsong Leadership College Born For Greatness — Apply Today Hillsong.com/College *Use the code 'PODCAST' and receive 20% off on our featured Live Love Lead Personal Study Guide at HillsongStore.com
28 Sep 2016
Key Staff Message | Unusual Leadership: Moses Part 2
Key Staff Message | Unusual Leadership: Moses Part 2 Show Notes 02:30 What made Moses unusual? 02:47 Naturally gifted - spiritually potent - genuinely humble. 03:00 what stands out about an unusual leader? 04:30 as long as were leading with a goal of proving something, we are never stepping into God's unusualness for our life. 05:15 Moses had a healthy awareness of his limitations. 06:30 walk into leadership, but it does not hurt for you to understand your weaknesses. it does not hurt for you to understand your humanity, it doesnt hurt to realize you need other people. what sets Moses apart is he knew he needed other people. He had a healthy awareness of his limitations. 7:20 "Believe that thing inside you, that God makes unusual, God planted it there because He wants to do something unusual in your life" -@BrianCHouston 8:40 when you talk of big game - it doesnt reflect the humility that God's called us to. 10:10 False humility is just pride. false humility does not build anything. 11:40 Moses is a reluctant leader - often reluctant leaders makes the best leaders. 12:05 usually, unusual leaders don't go chasing position. they dont go chasing leadership. leadership finds them. 13:30 a reluctant leader is not reluctant to take God given opportunity. A reluctant leader means that you're not chasing after something. 15:00 Moses is an unusual leader because of his ability not only to know his weaknesses, but to compensate for his weaknesses. 19:55 Moses did not fight his battles by himself. He knew that he can never do it alone. Discover more exclusive content BrianChouston.com Twitter: @BrianCHouston FB: @PastorBrianCHouston Snapchat: BrianCHouston Instagram: @BrianCHouston Hillsong Leadership College Born For Greatness — Apply Today Hillsong.com/College *Use the code 'PODCAST' and receive 20% off on our featured Live Love Lead Personal Study Guide at HillsongStore.com
31 Aug 2016

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