Everything rises and falls on leadership.
The presence of change in our world is obvious and moving faster than ever before. In times like these, leaders emerge and lead the way. When so much of what we see and hear causes us to find a better way, we need leaders to show us how to get there. But where are the really good leaders? We need leadership in our government, our community, our businesses, our churches, and our families.
This Sunday, July 5, I will continue our summer sermon series called Straight Talk from Luke 6. Jesus gives simple, honest and direct communication about vital topics. This week I will share “Straight Talk about Leadership.”
In Luke 6:12-16 Jesus chose twelve common, ordinary men from among His many disciples to become apostles. He would send them out to preach the kingdom of God. There was nothing about them that hinted they could be great leaders. In fact, the few well-known apostles had major character flaws that should have warned of failure. And the others are so obscure you probably don’t even know their names. But these men turned the world upside-down (Acts 17:6).
Join me this Sunday as we discover the straight talk about leadership. Not only will it help you recognize good leadership, you will learn some principles to you become a better leader in every area of your life.
We will continue to have church services in our building at 9:00 am or 10:30 am. For more information about our reconnecting guidelines, visit RECONNECT. You can also watch our pre-recorded service with the same message on Facebook Live or YouTube Live on Sunday at 9:00 am or 10:30 am.
Join me this Sunday.