It is hard to believe we are a week away from finishing this crazy challenge! If you are just now joining us, we are reading the section For Your Generation in the book Graffiti: scribbles from different sides of the street. Download the FREE Graffiti Study and Do guide and jump right in. You can find the introduction here under the Study and Do header tab in the header. We’d love to meet you along the journey!
Why do we sell ourselves short as leaders.
We each hold such influence for this generation that it is time we stand up and realize we can make a difference. As we continue looking at Moses, this week we will look at how he led his generation and how you can lead this generation.
4 Points to Leadership in this Generation
1. Know your passions and personality.
2. Know your strengths.
Do you know your strengths? To become more familiar with unique ways you can lead, you don’t want to miss Living Your Strengths. Get the book new so you will have access to the strengths assessment code and test.
3. Know you are a leader.
Is it easy for you to recognize that you are a leader. Do you know the first person you need to lead? Andy Stanley’s book Next Generation Leader is full of great words of what it means to lead in this generation.
4. Know God’s word.
God expects us to serve others – plain and simple. It’s not only about your gifting and strengths, but about serving the hurting world right across the street from you.
As we looked at the parable of the good Samaritan in Luke 10, where do you see yourself in that story? Please share in the comments.
Our DO assignment for the week challenges us to DO something. Let’s not step to the other side of the road to avoid opportunities to serve, let’s jump right in and do something for this hurting world.
I can’t wait to hear your stories of serving.
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