Some decisions you make as a leader won’t work out. How you lead your followers out of that crisis will define you. Are you ready to step up?
There are times in life as a leader when God is silent. It is like being in darkness. Read on to learn how to lead well in the darkness.
A title doesn’t make you a leader. Stepping into chaos to avert impending disaster (big or small) makes you a leader. Don’t wait for the title. Lead.
As you read through the story of David’s life, you’ll find these values repeated over and over in David’s life – honoring God’s anointed leader, believing God is his defender and loyalty. It should cause you to ask the same question of your own life, “What are my core values?
Leading people is hard…it’s not for wimps. That is what David learned as he led his band of followers throughout the wilderness.
Saul always walked the line between dark and light, and he finally turns to the dark side. The potential lives in all of us. Turn to Jesus.
We’re now in the second half of 1 Samuel — about 2/3 through the book. We’ve read about the rise of Samuel and then Saul. A few chapters ago, the writer introduced us to the great future king of Israel, David. We enter one of the low points of David’s life. Start by reading 1 […]
Most of us aren’t ’the guy’. We are called to lead, but most times leading is serving. We serve the leader or those following us.
The Tent of Meeting was introduced by Moses as a place to meet God because of obstacles. Enter the tent of meeting to find the Promised Land.
If you are a follower of Jesus, the Holy Spirit is available to anoint you — for leadership among other things.