It’s not what a person does that makes his work holy, it’s why he does it. – Tozer
I’ve studied leadership for more than 25 years. There is a ton of leadership podcasts, books, resources and examples in business and history. What part of this can be valuable to us in our pursuit of becoming better leaders? Continue reading “Followership, Leadership and Discipleship”
Caleb joins us from Thailand to talk in detail about a leader who’s life is both inspiring and challenging. The late Jean Vanier offers us a challenge to our value system. “How to lose power?” is a question he poses… Does he mean become powerless?
Jean spent the majority of his life caring for and living with the intellectual disabilities. Come and get your gut check…
Abraham was a man of vision, which was a result of the voice of God to him, relaying to him a prophecy of what was to come. In all likelihood, the expanse of the unfolded future relayed to him seemed a fantasy of sorts. It was big. It was long range. And it outsized his circumstances. This is only the beginning of the story, and Abraham as initial collaborator, embraced it. Continue reading “Patriarchal Perspective”
Kick Off of the “Profiles in Leadership” Series straight ahead. We have been working on this content and prep for some time and we are happy to be bringing it to you now. We will have some experienced leaders sitting in to help us examine those who were peaks of leadership in the mountain range of history. You will be equipped, challenged, possibly checked up, but certainly encouraged in your pursuit of becoming a more effective leader.
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