“Leadership is lifting a person’s vision to higher sights, the raising of a person’s performance to a higher standard, the building of a personality beyond its normal limitations.” — Peter Drucker
Biblical leadership takes us even higher and brighter into the exhilarating realm of impossibilities: think the unthinkable, do the undoable and achieve the unachievable. It combines the unique blend of subservient alignment to God’s call and fearless attainment to God’s vision.
The biblical narratives are full of leaders, many of whom were flawed as was humanity. Therefore, we can learn from their failures and successes many precious lessons in order to be God-fearing and God-pleasing leaders.
|25/7/2021||The Leader Who Turned from Success to Shame – Saul||1 Samuel 15:1-35|
|1/8/2021||The Leader Who Turned from Defeat to Feat – David||1 Samuel 30:1-24|
|8/8/2021||Leader Who Turned from Promise to Compromise – Asa||2 Chronicles 15:18-16:13|
|15/8/2021||The Leader Who Turned from Conqueror to Leper – Uzziah||2 Chronicles 26:1-23|
|22/8/2021||The Leader Who Turned from Prayer to Fighter – Hezekiah||2 Kings 19:1-37|
|29/8/2021||The Leader Who Really Cared about God’s Temple and Word – Josiah||2 Kings 22:1-20|
|5/9/2021||The Leader Who Really Cared about Integrity and Principles – Nehemiah||Neh. 13:1-31|