Congregations seeking to transform have leaders who value what they lead. While this sounds obvious, it may not always be true. For example, do those who lead the financial area of the congregation value tithing and generosity, and are obvious examples of personal practice in this area?
Or, do those who lead youth/student/teenagers program really love youth and enjoy seeing them develop during these crucial years of life? Or, do those who lead worship through music, liturgy, hospitality and other direct and indirect parts of worship really believe they are part of an experience rather than an event?