Mark Driscoll provides short leadership advice videos at They’re free. You do have to sign up for them (name and email) and sign in each time you view a video. But they are well worth the effort.

The last installment is about how a leader senses a call to action. He explains it in 4 steps: go, see, feel, do.

A lot of leaders in the Bible will go somewhere, see something, feel something, and then do something. As a leader, you have get up, getaway from your computer or desk, and go out to see what’s going on in your organization, church, and city. In this segment, Pastor Mark explores this process with real life examples including an interesting one about RPG gamers and Pabst Blue Ribbon.

Where do you need to go? Where are some places you haven’t been?

What do you see? Who is there and what kind of culture is it?

What do you feel? What is God burdening you for?

What do you need to do? How can the needs of that place interact with the gospel?

Most of your information and vision is not found just in your office; you’ve got to get up and go out. #e412