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“The 4 C’s of Nehemiah’s Leadership” – Leadership Lesson

“The 4 C’s of Nehemiah’s Leadership” – Leadership Lesson

This year we have been traveling through the Bible looking at different leaders. From Adam to Abraham, Moses to King David. The Kingdom was split in two and eventually Israel was taken into exile. -During our last time together, Spence talked about Daniel, a young man who put God first. For our last Old Testament leader, we will look at Nehemiah. Like Daniel, Nehemiah was in exile. Hserved the King of Babylon. Nehemiah was called by God to rebuild the broken…

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“Elijah – God’s Provision in the Midst of Exhaustion” – Leadership Lesson

“Elijah – God’s Provision in the Midst of Exhaustion” – Leadership Lesson

During our last few meetings we looked at the three Kings who ruled over the undivided kingdom of Israel: Saul, David, and Solomon. In 930BC the kingdom split in two. As we saw 2 weeks ago, Jeroboam was the first leader in the Northern Kingdom. He exploded like a rocket on the launch pad and left a terrible Leadership Legacy. About 40 years after Jeroboam, one of the worst Kings comes to reign over the northern kingdom of Israel: King Ahab….

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“Jeroboam’s Legacy” – Leadership Lesson

“Jeroboam’s Legacy” – Leadership Lesson

During our last few meetings, we looked at three Kings who ruled over the undivided kingdom of Israel: Saul, David, Solomon. They reigned for 120 years; 1050 to 930 BC. In 930 BC, the Kingdom splits in two because Solomon does not walk in God’s ways. The split occurs between the larger Northern Kingdom (Israel) and the smaller Southern Kingdom (Judah). (1 Kings 11) Several years prior to his death, Solomon takes notice of a very ambitious worker and promotes him…

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Too busy to read? General James ‘Mad Dog’ Mattis doesn’t think so.

Too busy to read? General James ‘Mad Dog’ Mattis doesn’t think so.

Just before Marine Gen. James ‘Mad Dog’ Mattis was getting ready to deploy with the 1st Marine Expeditionary Force to Iraq in early 2004, one of his colleagues asked him about officers who sometimes found themselves “too busy to read.” The legendary general carted around a personal library of 6,000 books with him everywhere, and he had plenty to say on the topic. Read the full article here.

Thank God For Your Job (Doesn’t Matter What Your Job Is!) – Tim Challies

Thank God For Your Job (Doesn’t Matter What Your Job Is!) – Tim Challies

“Labor Day is one of only a few non-religious holidays that is celebrated on the same day in both Canada and the United States. Today all across North America we are taking a break from our normal labors in order to rest. And as we rest, we do well to remember and to thank. More than anyone else, John Flavel has taught me why and how I ought to express gratitude to God. Today I’m following in his footsteps as…

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The Best Leadership Quotes from the 5LQ Podcast – Barnabas Piper

The Best Leadership Quotes from the 5LQ Podcast – Barnabas Piper

“I have the privilege – and it really is a privilege; that’s not just puffery – to interview top Christian leaders (and some who aren’t Christians but are really good at what they do) on a weekly basis alongside Todd Adkins for the 5 Leadership Questions podcast. I learn an incredible amount from getting to ask questions and converse with these people. Even knowing their credentials and accomplishments I am often blown away by their wisdom, practicality, and insight. Here…

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