Accountability Questions for Men

Gene Getz has a great book about church leadership structure/governance called “Elders and Leaders: God’s Plan for Leading the Church.” In it he provides a chapter that includes some accountability questions he suggests for use with your church staff. Any men serious about true accountability would do well to use these questions as a guide.

1. How often did you meet with God this week?

2. What has God been saying to you through His Word this week?

3. What sins in your personal or business life did you experience this week that need confession?

4. Are you giving to the Lord’s work regularly and proportionately as God has blessed you? What percentage did you give last month?

5. What movies did you see this past week? Do you feel good about viewing these movies? What about the Internet? Would you be able to tell your fellow Christians in your church what you have seen without being embarrassed?

6. How did you influence your marriage and family this week? How positively? How negatively? What could you do to improve?

7. Did you pray for me/us this week?

8. What challenges or struggles are weighing on your mind?

9. What lives did you influence for Christ this week?

10. Did you just lie to me?

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About mikewindley

Mike Windley is Lead Pastor of The Bridge Community Church in Morrisville, NC.
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One Response to Accountability Questions for Men

  1. A Renfro says:

    I can’t answer some of those questions with a positive response. Guess I need to do better.

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