Interpersonal Relationships

Leaders can have hope after a life-altering failure (217-4)

Individuals can be effective leaders even after a life-altering failure. Read Acts 2:14-40. In John 18 during Jesus’ trial and just prior to His crucifixion, Peter, one of Jesus closest friends and most trusted disciples had a failure in his character. Peter demonstrated disloyalty and cowardice when Jesus seemed to need him the most. The…

Share
Read More

Principles for Choosing New Teammates (217-3)

The suicide of Judas, the member of the team who had betrayed Jesus to the temple guards, left a vacant leadership position among the apostles. The criterion used by the disciples to choose a replacement leader for Judas seems a little sketchy but there are a few transferable principles to consider…

Share
Read More

Effective Leaders Connect With Their Team (215-2)

A leader’s ability to motivate their team is significantly more effective when they have a connection with those on their team. Read John 10:11-18. Jesus identified His leadership style as that of a good shepherd. The people closest to Him responded to His leadership in part because they seen Him act on their behalf and…

Share
Read More