During my darker seasons of leadership, Micah 7:8 serves as a source of sustaining hope. As we explore the truth in this verse, I pray God gives you encouragement to lead with hope in darkness.
Some leadership seasons are characterized by amazing success — we get picked, our work is praised and the waters part. These seasons of victory are a blessing, but pride is an inherent temptation. In Psalm 34:6, King David shows us how to lead with humility in a season of success.
I want to begin the new year reflecting on what it means to Lead like Jesus. Specifically, I invite you to consider what we can learn about leading like Jesus from His death, burial and resurrection. This is the first of several posts I am going to write.
A commitment to excellence is not a leadership quality or ministry skill. It is a deeper, core issue. Excellence is a character issue; it is about the type of person you are and want to become. When we read what Paul wrote in Colossians 3.17 we understand excellence is also a spiritual issue. Check it out: “And whatever you do, whether in word or deed, do it all in the name of the Lord Jesus, giving thanks to God the Father through him”