Leaders influence followers. Great leaders also influence leaders.
My best friend in high school was Paul Kaak. Today, August 10, is Paul’s birthday. (Happy Birthday Paul!)
I got a new book in the mail yesterday and I haven’t read it yet. When I open up a new book I like to thumb through the table of contents and flip through the chapters to get more familiar with how it’s structured before I jump in and start reading.
A couple of years ago my One Challenge USA team took a retreat together for a few days. Our colleague from Outreach Canada, Alan Simpson, facilitated our time together. I was so grateful for the time that Alan invested in preparing for the retreat.
I am so grateful for the churches and individuals who support us in prayer and with finances so we can serve as missionaries on the One Challenge USA team.
If you are leading a team, whether in a ministry or mission context, your team expects you to lead.
Last month as I was flying home from a training event, I had a layover in Chicago.
“One of the truest tests of being a servant ishow we respondwhen we are treated like one.”
Guest Post by Karl Teichert