The Best Leadership Articles I Read This Week
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This Week’s Best Leadership Articles:
“We know Jesus is a shepherd because he calls himself one. But even if he’d never used the title, we would still see his shepherd’s heart by observing his ministry—how he prayed, how he loved and taught, how he shared authority, and ultimately how he sacrificed himself.”
“I recently found myself pondering that aquarium and the battle between good growth and bad growth. I was considering the local church as the place where Christians are meant to grow. The church is the “aquarium” in which every good Christian quality can grow and thrive. … And yet the same context that can promote such wonderful virtues can also foster such terrible vices. Because we live out our Christian faith in such proximity to one another and because we are natural imitators, we are likely to imitate poor qualities as well as good ones.”
“Personality assessments are fun because we are fascinated with ourselves. Don’t coddle yourself with your Myers-Briggs assessment, or any other. Your genetic inclinations are a platform, not an excuse for self-affirming apathy or incompetence. Genetic wiring is a platform, not a cap on potential. Don’t cower behind, “I’m not wired that way.””
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