Leadership Reflections


Pastor Derwin Gray shares the importance of being prayerful, strategic and intentional as leaders.

Before I get into my Saturday Morning Leadership Reflections, I want to say thank you for taking your precious time and spending a few moments with me through my blog.

I’m humbled and honored. I treasure you and your time. My pray is that God would use these thoughts to bring the best out of you so you can join Him in transforming this world.

Here we go: Life is too short to not be prayerful, strategic, and intentional.

Why prayerful? Because God is the Source of Life, wisdom, and power. Please do not set out to do something then ask God to bless it. Seek God’s face, He wants to talk with you as one talks to a friend. Prayer must be option number one.

Why strategic? Developing a life strategy is like having a internal GPS. The GPS keeps you on the path of your desired outcome. Having a life strategy keeps you focused. A lack of focus means you lack a strategy. A lack of strategy means you will not reach your God-given potential. And that will hurt you and our world.

Why intentional? There is so much noise in life that wants to distract you from prayer, and from developing a life strategy. Being intentional means you are committing to living a disciplined life. The most disciplined people are the freest people. They know what to say “Yes” to and what to say “No” to. The have boundaries birthed out of being prayerful and strategic. Therefore, they are intentional.

Life is too short to not be prayerful, strategic, and intentional.

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