The Significance of Leadership


Robert Noland shares some tips on encouraging men to step into leadership roles in their families and communities.

Throughout the Bible, the men God chose were not super-heroes, but regular guys. From cover to cover, we see this dynamic occur. Today, just as then, He takes broken men the world ignores and overlooks and creates an unlikely leader. An encounter with the living God changes everything.

Jesus redefined the concept of leadership when He stated:

"Whoever wants to be a leader among you must be your servant. For even the Son of Man came not to be served but to serve others and to give his life as a ransom for many."

With this timeless truth as the theme, whether your first or thousandth time through these ageless accounts of men who encountered God, you'll be encouraged, challenged, and inspired as you engage with Legacy of Leaders: A 40-Day Journey with the Men of God's Word.

As salvation occurs and sanctification begins -- being molded into Christ's image -- He offers the opportunity to answer His call and for true transformation to take place.

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