In leadership, but also in the whole of life, follow the pattern of the psalmist: seek the good with a heart of praise. Like the king, live in and live out the Word. Like the shepherd, lead with humility and service. In your service, God is glorified, and we are given a gracious and priceless gift. Whatever that crown of glory may look like, it will never fade.
One theme of questions regarding authority struck me: Who has the authority to tear down others and to pit women against each other as enemies?Who gives us the right to shame, blame, and accuse fellow believers?
If leadership is developed vs. an inherited trait, what should one focus on to expand their expertise in developing as a leader and in guiding other leaders?
A significant challenge in the coming decade is to continue to claim with confidence and boldness the Lordship of Christ in all things.
Developing student athletes within their respective sports is a big responsibility as coaches at all institutions. Where I coach, I see that importance, but also see the importance of having our student athletes grow in all areas of life so that they can bring their best to the place the Lord calls them when their time in college is completed.
Can you address the issue of when Christian organizations or businesses “talk” about servant leadership and act as if they “walk the walk” but in actuality are rigid, hierarchical, demanding, and not interested at all in serving those who work for them?