In this episode, Pastor Christopher DiVietro of Reading, Pennsylvania, discusses why authentic leadership (using clear, transparent, communication) is critical for a ministry leader’s growth as well as the growth of friends, family, and community. He serves Park Road Presbyterian Church as Senior Pastor and is an adjunct professor at both Alvernia University and Eastern University. DiVietro holds a Doctorate in Organizational Leadership from Reformed Theological Seminary. Learn how being a truly authentic leader – which requires more than preaching sermons and teaching lessons – can strengthen your ministry.
“By the time I’ve gotten tired of saying the same thing, the people are just starting to hear for the first time.”
- Rescuing Ambition –Dave Harvey
- Center Church – Timothy Keller
- Simple Church – Tom Rainer and Eric Geiger
- Toal Church – Tim Chester and Steve Timmis
- The Trellis and the Vine – Colin Marshall and Tony Payne
- Organizational Culture and Leadership– Edgar Schein
Luke Marzano, whose father is a pastor and mother is a breast cancer survivor, was born prematurely. Doctors were concerned that he would never have an imagination or be creative. Luke experienced God’s love and mercy at a young age, which motivated him to help grow the Church. Luke now leads worship and a young adult Bible study, plus he is a board member at his father’s church. His wife and two sons – and the rest of the world – find him imaginatively creative.