Sermons on Leadership

Sermons on Leadership

OVERCOME YOUR INNER ENEMIES – FEAR (Joshua 1:9)

in Joshua 1:9; God is reminding us that HE IS ALWAYS IN CONTROL, that we need to be strong and courageous, to obey God’s Word thoughtfully and wholeheartedly, and not to be frightened or discouraged. In our daily lives, Fear is a constant battle, but we are asked that we need to UNDERSTAND and OVERCOME those fears and LET GOD DO HIS WILL. We need to put in our hearts and minds that GOD is bigger than the fear or…

OVERCOME YOUR INNER ENEMIES – Series (1 Samuel 17:32-50)

We overcome our enemies when God is with us. When will look at the physical battle between David and Goliath, we might give too much credit to David’s skill with the sling and stone and miss the key to his success. It was that God was with him. Success comes when God is with us and God is with us when we like David are people after God’s heart. Series Summary: The shepherd boy, David, defeating the the giant, champion…

1 Peter – God Lifts the Humble Up (1 Peter 5:6-11)

In 1 Peter 5:6-11, As a Christian, we are ought to humble ourselves under God’s mighty hand, so that we experience His uplifting as we cast all our cares on Him, knowing that He cares for all us. Being humble is also to be alert, sober and vigilant in resisting the lion like devil and surrender everything to God. As God is our ‘God of all grace’ who will ‘perfect, establish, strengthen and help’ those who trust Him after all…

1 Peter – Leader’s Matter (1 Peter 5:1-5)

In 1 Peter 5:1-5, If Christ is the model for all Christians who faces suffering, the leaders among them must be the best representatives of that model. This shows how elders and younger people are urged to honor God in the way they behave in everything they do. Church or Workplace Leaders should be willing, eagerly shepherds, not greedy for money, not lording or dominating over others for selfish gain, and most specially leading by example and knowing that we…
Made to Grow

Made to Grow: Part V

An examination of Mark 10:32-45 shows that Jesus’ followers wanted to be rulers. Their plans mattered to them above all else and they saw Jesus as a ticket to these things. However, Jesus shows us that we are not measured by how many serve us, but by how many we serve. We are all leaders. Leaders influence other people. Use your influence for good, for God. All leaders, no matter how small the role, are important. Leaders are called to…

Leaders in the Church

The most mentioned leader in the local church is the elder. There were three different words used for “elder” in the New Testament: 1) elder 2) shepherd (called a “pastor” today) and 2) overseer (called a “bishop” today). Elders are the leaders of a local church who are responsible to care for the congregation so that God’s work is accomplished through its members.