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Category Archives: Leadership
Time and again Jesus reminded his disciples that his driving purpose was to seek and save lost people. On the day he called his first disciples he said, “I will make you fishers of men” (Matthew 4:19). When he recruited Levi … Continue reading
Dwight D. Eisenhower defined leadership as, “the art of getting someone else to do something you want done because he wants to do it.” If you accept that definition of leadership (it’s my favorite) then you’re buying into two truths. … Continue reading
In the past change was a relatively slow process, like the gradual eroding of the shoreline. When a cycle of change was completed, things settled down to “normal.” The world is different now, as author and educator Jeanenne LaMarsh has … Continue reading
Time and again Jesus reminded his disciples that his driving purpose was to seek and save lost people. On the day he called his first disciples he said, “I will make you fishers of men” (Matthew 4:19). When he recruited … Continue reading
It would be easy to think the best leaders are those who have a track record of uninterrupted success. Accepting that as a pressing truth, many leaders feverishly work to cover up failures and magnify their successes.
It surprised me when I discovered leaders consider their most difficult task the casting of a compelling vision. A vision is important because it has the power to attract and energize people who want to see it realized.
All of David’s mighty men were veterans in the war with disappointment and pain. The biblical text tells us they were in “distress,” “debt,” or “discontented” when they joined David (2 Samuel 22:2).
Last week in a survey I asked: “Would you like to be part of a movement of God?” 100% of the respondents said, “Yes.” I’ve seen pockets of revival breaking out and am convinced it’s happening around the United States. … Continue reading
I, for one, am tired of being pushed around by a culture that doesn’t give God the time of day. I’m tired of watching other men passively fade into the background of the wallpaper hanging in Satan’s office. If we’re … Continue reading
I was surprised to discover a Harris poll that revealed over 90 percent of the people surveyed would change their lives dramatically if they could, and they ranked such intangibles as self-respect, affection, and acceptance higher than status, money, and … Continue reading