'Leadership' Tagged Posts (Page 10)

Don’t Let Darkness of Heart Undermine Your Leadership

This week I’ll be talking about consistency in leadership. Jesus was the same person twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week. There was no room for inconsistency in his leadership life. Few things undermine your leadership more than for the people you lead to discover darkness of heart in your life. Several years ago I listened to a government leader speak to an audience eloquently and passionately about a certain topic. He seemed so professional, even poetic in his…

Consistency In Leadership

This week I’ll be talking about consistency in leadership. Jesus was the same person twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week. He lived with his disciples for three years. There was no room for inconsistency in his leadership life. So it is with any leader. Effective leaders must be the same person in the dark as they are in the light; the same person in private as they are in public. Effective leadership is undergirded by the trust developed…

Crossfire Leaders Lead By Love

This week I am talking about servant leadership. When God called Moses into leadership he told him this in Ex. 15:13, “In your unfailing love you will lead the people you have redeemed. In your strength you guide them to your holy dwelling.” Moses guided people towards God and did so in love as he led them to the Promised Land. If you’re looking for a local church where leaders lead by love and always point to God the Father…

Humility In Leadership

This week I’ll be talking about Jesus-centered leadership. God called Moses into leadership to deliver the Israelites from slavery. All Godly leadership is always provided by God and centered in Him. Moses declared this in Exodus 15:13 “In your unfailing love you will lead the people you have redeemed. In your strength you guide them to your holy dwelling.” The Lord would lead Moses and Moses would lead the people. Jesus-centered leadership guides people to the source of our strength,…

Jesus-Centered Leadership Will Point To God

This week I’ll be talking about Jesus-centered leadership. God called Moses into leadership to deliver the Israelites from slavery. All Godly leadership is always provided by God and centered in Him. Moses declared this in Exodus 15:13 “In your unfailing love you will lead the people you have redeemed. In your strength you guide them to your holy dwelling.” The Lord would lead Moses and Moses would lead the people. Note that the Word says God would guide them to…

Leaders: Keep People’s Eyes on God

This week I’ll be talking about Jesus-centered leadership. God called Moses into leadership to deliver the Israelites from slavery. All Godly leadership is always provided by God and centered in Him. Moses declared this in Exodus 15:13, “In your unfailing love you will lead the people you have redeemed. In your strength you guide them to your holy dwelling.” The Lord would lead Moses and Moses would lead the people. Jesus-centered leadership will always point to God the Father. Moses…

Lead By Love

This week I’ll be talking about Jesus-centered leadership. God called Moses into leadership to deliver the Israelites from slavery. All Godly leadership is always provided by God and centered in Him. Moses declared this in Exodus 15:13, “In your unfailing love you will lead the people you have redeemed. In your strength you guide them to your holy dwelling.” The Lord would lead Moses and Moses would lead the people. Jesus-centered leadership leads from a position of loving those you…

Crossfire Advocates Servant Leadership

This week I’m talking about servant leadership. Jesus said in Matt. 20:26 “the Son of Man did not come to be served, but to serve.” This one scripture reveals the heart of Jesus as a leader. When you lead by serving you gain the trust of those you serve. Without gaining such trust you cannot be an effective leader in business, in family, in the church. If you’re looking for a church that exhibits servant-leadership as a core principle, try…

Embrace the Servant’s Heart

This week I’m talking about servant leadership. Jesus said in Matt. 20:26 “the Son of Man did not come to be served, but to serve.” This one scripture reveals the heart of Jesus as a leader. When you lead by serving you gain the trust of those you serve. Without gaining such trust you cannot be an effective leader in business, in family, in the church. People seldom trust leaders who demand to be served. They see the self-centered heart…

Leading By Grace

This week I’m talking about servant leadership. Jesus said in Matt. 20:26 “the Son of Man did not come to be served, but to serve.” This one scripture reveals the heart of Jesus as a leader. His call, his purpose, his desire was to serve God and serve people. The servant leader must function with great grace because it is a selfless style of leadership. By esteeming others highly the servant leader must tap into God’s grace, God’s undeserved favor,…

Model Servant Leadership

This week I’m talking about servant leadership. Jesus said in Matt. 20:26 “the Son of Man did not come to be served, but to serve.” This one scripture reveals the heart of Jesus as a leader. he concept of serving as a form of leadership always includes a long range perspective. Jesus knew only had three years of time with twelve guys before they became the leadership of the church. The most effective long term strategy is to model servant…

Serve Like Jesus Did

This week I’ll be talking about servant leadership. Jesus said in Matt. 20:26 “the Son of Man did not come to be served, but to serve.” This one scripture reveals the heart of Jesus as a leader. His call, his purpose, his desire was to serve God and serve people. This is the true heart of leadership under the new covenant of faith and grace. Any Godly leader in business, in government, and in the church must reflect the heart…