Tag: Leadership

Sermon: Leadership Lessons from Paul’s Shipwreck

Old Sailor Ship being tossed by the storm in the rough ocean.

Introduction

The Christian life is not a cakewalk. Definitely not when you are in charge of something. Spiritual, emotional, and even physical storms and shipwrecks are inevitable in Christian leadership. Consider the life, ministry, and death of the great leader Paul. He was sought after to kill, shipwrecked, and finally got executed! In today’s sermon, I am going to share some of the leadership qualities that Paul expressed when he got shipwrecked. So as leaders we shall know how to handle our own storms and shipwrecks in ministry.

The Fruit of the Spirit and Christian Leadership

The Fruit of the Spirit in Christian Leadership

Probably the most memorable verses in Galatians are those list the “fruit of the Spirit” (Galatians 5:22-23). The fruit grows from planted seeds. Every Leader should embrace this marvelous list of inward qualities. There are different leadership styles but only the style that aligns with the style of Jesus which manifests through the fruit of the spirit matters. In this post, I give you the opportunity to evaluate your leadership style against the fruit of the Spirit.

Sermon Notes: How God Prepared Joseph for Leadership?

Photo of a Potter making a Pot with Clay

Introduction

Leonard Ravenhill in “The Last Days Newsletter” tells about a group of tourists who were visiting a picturesque village. As they walked by an old man sitting beside a fence, one tourist asked in a patronizing way, “Were any great men born in this village?” The old man replied, “Nope, only babies.” He is right. Leadership is developed. Not discovered. In today’s sermon, we are going to learn how God did just that with the man called Joseph and why it is still relevant to us.

Sermon Notes: How to lead by Example?

A photo of one black Chess Pawn, separated from Red Pawns.

Introduction

The Timothean epistles were written at a time when a wave of false teachings swept the church of Ephesus. Paul appointed Timothy to the office of the “Senior Pastor” in the large church he planted in Ephesus to effectively combat these teachings and their sources. As time passed by however Timothy faced a challenge much broader than false teachers.

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