Archive for: March, 2016

Week 4: The Dire Need for Discipleship Leaders

On the day of Pentecost, in Acts 2, three-thousand souls were added to the church (Acts 2:41). In Acts 5, another five-thousand was added, totaling eight-thousand people in Jerusalem who became Christians within a short span of time. Can you imagine how frightening that must have been for the apostles? How could they possibly shepherd…

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Week 3: Nine Tests to Determine a Person’s Leadership Potential

Dr. John R. Stott was no lightweight when it came to having a clear understanding of what to look for in a potential leader. Here was a man who engaged in the lives of hundreds of young men, always on the lookout for those who were capable of becoming good leaders. Taking a little time…

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Week 2: The Power of One to Influence Another

Whether we are conscious of it or not, our lives can leave an indelible impression upon those who come in contact with us, either occasionally or frequently. That can be good or bad, depending on what they experience when they’re around us. King Solomon noted that people who want to grow in wisdom will spend…

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Week 1: Seven Necessary Ingredients for a Leader in War

Everyone has the potential to lead in some capacity or another. If you become a truly devoted follower of Christ as his disciple, you will be a leader among others who have not yet obtained the knowledge and understanding you’ll acquire during this discipleship journey. You’ll also learn how to lead through the struggles you’ll…

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