In today’s episode of Small-Time Leaders, Gary Fenton shares how sometimes you need to be a quarterback, not a cheerleader. Leadership is more than being inspirational. Leadership is about being the quarterback of the team. To be a great leader, you are to maintain your enthusiasm but also be able to describe the vision in fresh and new terms.
Gary Fenton serves as a Senior Pastor of the Dawson Family of Faith in Birmingham. This vibrant 7800-members congregation invites people to not only know Christ but also to serve Christ through meeting the needs of others in Birmingham and throughout the world. A dedicated team of ministers leads the congregation to put their faith into action through missions and ministries. Each Sunday morning Dawson has four worship services and a Hispanic service and can be seen every Sunday morning on CBS 42 in north-central Alabama.
He has also published four books: Mastering Church Finances, Your Ministry’s Next Chapter, Good for Goodness’ Sake, and Steps on the Character Path. He has articles published periodically on Proclaim, Vital Sermons Today, Leadership Journal, East Texas Medical Referral Journal, and Rev! Magazine.
If you would like to get in contact with Gary you can send him an email at Gdfenton@samford.edu or by calling him at 205-999-8883.
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