How I Lead With 20 People in Sacrament Meeting | An Interview With Jeff Schooler

How I Lead With 20 People in Sacrament Meeting | An Interview With Jeff Schooler

Podcast: Play in new window | Download | EmbedSubscribe Email | RSS | MoreJeff Schooler is a Branch President of the Lake Region Branch in Devils Lake North Dakota. In this episode he tells about his conversion story and sheds some light on what it’s like to be the...
How I Lead as Mission President | An Interview with W. Durrell Nielsen

How I Lead as Mission President | An Interview with W. Durrell Nielsen

Podcast: Play in new window | Download | EmbedSubscribe Email | RSS | MoreW. Durrell Nielsen served as a mission president of the Oklahoma Tulsa mission from 2003-2006.  He was born and raised in Brigham City Utah and currently resides in Bountiful Utah. As a young...
Being a Leader in a Faith Crisis | Guest Post & Interview With Tom Tolman

Being a Leader in a Faith Crisis | Guest Post & Interview With Tom Tolman

Podcast: Play in new window | Download | EmbedSubscribe Email | RSS | MoreTom Tolman teaches leadership to future military officers as the director of the Army ROTC program at James Madison University. He has served in two branch presidencies, as an elders quorum...
10 Most Popular Leading Saints Content of 2016

10 Most Popular Leading Saints Content of 2016

Podcast: Play in new window | Download | EmbedSubscribe Email | RSS | More2016 has been the largest growth year for Leading Saints yet! It’s exciting to see more leaders in the Church discover the content and gain from the knowledge of other leaders. We had...
The Secret to Keeping Sacrament Meeting on Time

The Secret to Keeping Sacrament Meeting on Time

Most bishoprics that have been set-apart longer than a few weeks will know the feeling of trying to read the mind of the speaker at the lectern that has gone over their allotted speaking time by a few minutes.

“Do they realize their time is up? It sort of sounds like they are concluding their remarks. But he said he would be sharing a list of 7 analogies and I think he is only on number 4. But look at the clock, I’m sure he realizes his time is up.”

Before the bishop knows it, the speaker has carried on and now the meeting is almost over, and there is still a 15 minute talk standing by. With only 5 minutes left in the meeting everything will feel rushed and there is little room for the Spirit to settle.

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