A Time to LEAD: Four Lessons in Godly Leadership

September 25, 2018

As a follower of Christ, you’re also called to lead. This month, our guest blog contributor, Terence Chatmon of John Maxwell’s EQUIP Leadership®, has been leading a four-part study on Godly leadership drawn from the Bible. Together, the four principles create the acronym L.E.A.D. We hope you’re blessed and inspired by the sometimes surprising people and situations that teach us how to be effective for the kingdom every day.

Listen with a God-Softened Heart from Acts 15

 

Encourage the Dreams of Others from Ruth 2-3

 

Add Value to People from Genesis 24 

 

Do For Others What They Cannot Do For Themselves from Genesis 41

 

If you want to stay connected to who we are at EQUIP and ways we are evangelizing the world through Bible distribution and leadership training, then visit us at www.giftthebible.com and help us share the good news around the globe!

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Terence Chatmon Equip John MaxwellAbout the Author: Terence Chatmon serves as president of EQUIP and the John Maxwell Leadership Foundation, which mobilizes Christian leaders around the world to share the transforming power of the Gospel. Before this role, he was president and CEO of another global non-profit, and he also held a number of senior executive leadership roles in large enterprises including The Coca-Cola Company, Johnson & Johnson and Citicorp.

 

 

 

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