Today as I was watching ESPN, I listened to the commentary on Ray Lewis’ career. One of the broadcasters made this statement, “There is no leader like Ray Lewis in the NFL.”
Many Christians know that it’s important to engage those in the culture around them with the message of the cross, but they often don’t know how to start. It seems a little intimidating to hang out with those who aren’t followers of Jesus. It’s much more comfortable to do things together with Christian friends.
Last year I enjoyed the opportunity to train supervisors and managers in a 3-day Coaching Workshop. At the end of the training we spent one of our final sessions discussing ways to advance a coaching culture within their organization.
“Holy is the way God is. To be holy He does not conform to a standard.
Many Christians assume that spiritual maturity is measured by the amount of biblical information and doctrine you now. While knowledge is one measurement of maturity, it isn’t all that matters.”Too many Christians are educated beyond their level of obedience.”
None can believe how powerful prayer is, and what it is able to affect but those who have learned it by experience.”
This is a simple and succinct tool for telling others the message of Christ. It begins with helping someone to realize the difference between religion and Christianity.
How do you learn how to do anything? You learn by doing.
I came across an interesting post from INC.com entitled What Your Team Really Hates About Your Leadership Style. I was intrigued by the topic so I read through the article and have been chewing on this for the past few days.
Guest Post by Dr. Dan Riemenschneider