The best leadership flows from the attitudes and inner motives of a true servant—dependence (on God), approval (from God), modesty, empathy, optimism and anointing. Servants make the best leaders.
Ask careful questions to evaluate progress on important organizational goals and objectives. Thoughtful questions with honest answers are the coaching way to achieve the best evaluation outcomes.
Clarify God-sized vision and values through an emphasis on prayer and the Holy Spirit. Define what you stand for and where God is leading you to go.
Make prayer part of your daily routine for greater effectiveness in every area of your life. Expand that principle to your family and church to appropriate divine power for living the everyday mission of God.
Revival starts with “The Four Great Tenets” by Evan Roberts:
- Confess all known sin.
- Deal with and get rid of anything ‘doubtful’ in your life.
- Be ready to obey the Holy Spirit instantly.
- Confess Christ publicly.
For a Spirit-sensitive person, seeing people who need the gospel leads naturally to sharing a verbal witness. Whether it’s a personal faith story, testimony or life lesson, missional living demands sharing.
Growing Christian churches are purposeful places of worship, discipleship, ministry, evangelism and missions. They are Great Commission and Great Commandment places of authentic Christian fellowship and community.
Send the right message over the right channel to the right audience. When a listener “gets” your message, you earn the opportunity to say more about yourself, your product or your organization.
The fact that God loves us all without regard to winning percentage or net worth is a radical thought for most people.
Guard your children and teach them to be more like their spiritual Father. Introduce them to Jesus and encourage them to grow in their faith and their faithfulness to God.