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Posted on 3.11.16 in Leadership

Leadership Quality: Character Part 1 Character Breeds Perspective – Genesis 50:15-21 Because Joseph spent years in God’s character—building course, he could maintain a proper perspective and use his power to bless his brothers rather than curse them. How a leader deals with circumstances of life tells you many things about his character. A crisis will […]

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Posted on 3.5.16 in Prayer

Stop Apologizing and Start Praying Is your relationship with God only skin deep? The answer to that question depends a great deal on how “comfortable you are in your own skin”. It seems that we live in a time where people are constantly apologizing for everything under the sun. At times, we may even apologize […]

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Posted on 3.4.16 in Leadership

The Law of the Lid – Part 2 The Lids That Limited Saul God removed all the external lids from Saul’s life when the son of Kish ascended Israel’s throne. But even without any external lids to his leadership, he still labored under several internal lids: Fear: Saul began his reign by hiding among the equipment. […]

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Posted on 2.28.16 in Leadership

The Law of the Lid – Part 1 Saul and David’s Success (1 Samuel 17:24-40) When Goliath taunted the armies of Israel, the frightened Hebrew soldiers forgot how to fight. They lacked a leader who could provide a strategy for success. Saul was a very experienced soldier, but he cowered in fear with his men. […]

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Posted on 2.26.16 in Prayer

Transform Your Chains  Chains are often associated with bondage and oppression. But did you ever think about how chains are actually a series of unbroken connections?  As we reflect this month on the tragic irony of how chains were used to break generations of families apart, we can be encouraged and empowered by God’s word […]

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Posted on 2.21.16 in Leadership

What is the most critical problem facing the church today? George Barna, church expert and statistician, asserts, “Leadership remains one of the glaring needs of the church. People are often willing to follow God’s vision, but too frequently they have no exposure to either vision or true leadership.” God is the Ultimate Leader, and He […]

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Posted on 2.19.16 in Prayer

Prayer Leads to a Love Connection Did it ever occur to you that prayer can lead to a genuine “love connection” with God? Communication is a key ingredient of a close relationship and prayer is simply a form of communication with God. Now this is the point where some people will say that they don’t […]

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