Just 3 Questions about Leadership with Christy Nockels

Who is the best leader you've ever worked under and why were they so good?


Christy Nockels, singer-songwriter, has always had an appreciation for music and the role it plays in the kingdom of God. She oversees women worship leaders at passion City Church in Atlanta.

In this first clip, Christy answers, "Who is the best leader you've ever worked under and why were they so good?"



Christy has had a long-term friendship with Louie & Shelly Giglio. Louie is the Pastor of Passion City Church and the Founder of the Passion Movement. She has been able to watch their journey and see a consistent thread woven in their lives from how God called them to where they are headed and the longevity in their vision.

Who have you known for enough time to see a consistent, long vision? What can you learn from him/her?
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How has God called you? Where has he placed you to bring glory to Him? What thread is woven in your journey?
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Christy also talked about the Giglios as intentional culture shapers. What difference do you want to make? How are you influencing others to make a kingdom difference? What does that look like in your family? What does that look like in your work?
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What is the most important thing you do to develop leaders?


In this next clip, Christy answers the question, "What is the most important thing you do to develop leaders?"


What is your personality? Do you like to interact with others in a group or one-on-one? Is it easy for you to reach out to mentor others? How can you develop other leaders?
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Christy said that because she's been obedient to mentor younger female worshipers, it shows up in her role as a worship leader. How have you personally grown as you've developed and walked with others?
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What is the most important thing you do to develop yourself as a leader?


In this video, Christy answers the question, "What is the most important thing you do to develop yourself as a leader?"



Christy said that she was a doer, so remembering is a way that she can rest and focus what Jesus has done for her. 

How do you "remember" what Jesus has done for you? What does that look like in your life daily and weekly?
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Take a few moments to slow down and remember. Write what Jesus has done for you.
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As you remember what Jesus has done, what do you hear that he's calling you to?
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No two people lead exactly the same way, but there are sound leadership principles that can help you become the leader God has planned you to be. May God grant you wisdom and grace as you lead others for His glory.