Category: Leadership

Go Ye Therefore

Posted on 9.18.20 in Leadership

Leadership Qualities: Positive Attitude Part 6  Attitude of a Leader-Romans 1:1, 14-16 Paul begins Romans by profiling himself as a servant of the Lord Jesus. Before he is an apostle or a preacher of the gospel, he is a servant. This is the most comprehensive picture of leadership in the New Testament. Paul uses the Greek […]

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Go Ye Therefore

Posted on 9.11.20 in Leadership

Leadership Qualities: Positive Attitude Part 5 Focus on God’s Ability-Matthew 20:1-16 Leaders should often read this story. It describes God’s grace, illustrated by a landowner and his vineyard workers. The workers show us how leaders look when they take their eyes off God and focus on themselves. Through this parable Jesus attempts to correct wrong attitudes. […]

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Posted on 9.4.20 in Leadership

Leadership Qualities: Positive Attitude Part 4  Leadership Development Begins-Mathew 5:1-7:29 The Sermon on the Mount focused on the hearts of the listeners. Jesus called the disciples to be different, to see the world from God’s perspective, to relate to people in a supernatural fashion. Jesus demonstrated that leadership development begins with shaping the perspective of the listener. Jesus challenged the […]

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Posted on 8.28.20 in Leadership

Leadership Qualities: Positive Attitude Part 3  Attitude Axioms Attitude makes all the difference. The development of a positive attitude is the first conscious step toward becoming an effective leader. Successful leadership cannot be constructed without this crucial building block. Check out the following attitude axioms suggested by the words and actions of Joshua and Caleb: […]

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Posted on 8.21.20 in Leadership

Leadership Qualities: Positive Attitude Part 2  The Major Difference: Attitude! The only difference between those who delivered the majority and minority reports was internal. Their differing reports reflected contrary attitudes toward the land, the divine promises, the people in Canaan, the work involved, the Lord, and themselves. Consider the attitudes of the majority: Disobeyed God […]

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Posted on 8.14.20 in Leadership

Leadership Qualities: Positive Attitude Part 1 Ten Spies vs. Two-Numbers 13:1-14:10 (positive and negative) Of the twelve spies, two had a positive report and the other ten a negative report. What could account for these differing opinions? Similarities All twelve spies were leaders in their tribes. All twelve spies received the same promise. All twelve spies received the same opportunities. Differences […]

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Posted on 8.7.20 in Leadership

The Law of Reproduction Part 16 Shepherding to Developing-Titus 2:15 Paul modeled more than mere nurturing his young disciple, Titus; the apostle developed him as a leader. He focused not merely on meeting immediate needs, but on producing a leader who could go on meeting needs without Paul’s help. Paul had a passion for developing leaders […]

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Posted on 7.31.20 in Leadership

The Law of Reproduction Part 15 Titus to Prepare Leaders-Titus 1:5 Paul left Titus in Crete to do two things: organize the people and appoint leaders. The new converts in Crete had experienced the power of God. Now they needed strong leadership to preserve what God had done. Titus was a leader of leaders whom […]

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Posted on 7.24.20 in Leadership

The Law of Reproduction Part 14 Lead Followers, Lead Leaders-2 Timothy 2:2 God challenges us to lead leaders, not merely followers. Paul list four generations of leaders: Paul trained Timothy who trained faithful men who trained others also. Leaders who lead followers add to the organization; leaders who lead leaders multiply. Consider the chief differences between […]

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Posted on 7.17.20 in Leadership

The Law of Reproduction Part 13 Paul Trains Leaders-1 Thessalonians 1:5-8 Because Paul was forced to leave Thessalonica shortly after he planted a church there, he developed many of its leaders through the mail. The apostle wrote 1 and 2 Thessalonians to disciple and train those who had recently chosen to follow Christ. Paul tried to work himself out […]

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