Posts Tagged ‘Moses’

A Moses Approach to Rebellion By Paul Swamidass

Lessons from Moses on Dealing with Rebellion In Exodus 17:4 we find a perfect description of a rebellion against a leader, “They are almost ready to stone me.” These were the alarming words of Moses while approaching God for help, when the people of Israel turned rebellious. Although these words sound ominous, these alarming words…

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Moses: Unselfish Leadership By Paul Swamidass

  Moses, the most unselfish leader and example. There was a tragic moment when Moses was conversing with God on Mount Sinai (Exodus 32). Moses was unaware that his brother and partner Aaron was enabling the worship of a freshly-cast golden calf at the foot of the mountain in defiance of God. God saw what…

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God's View of a Successful Leader By R. Scott Rodin

What God View of a Successful Leader? By R. Scott Rodin ~ What does it mean to be a successful leader? How do you know you are succeeding? Based on what? And in whose opinion? All of us, in our own ways, need to answer these questions for ourselves. Yet I am concerned that our…

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Lessons from Moses Equipping Joshua by Eric Geiger

Leadership is a Temporary Assignment By Eric Geiger ~ Leadership is always a temporary assignment — always. It is a temporary assignment because leaders do not ultimately own the teams, ministries or organizations they lead. They simply steward what the Lord has entrusted to their care for a season. Wise leaders embrace the temporal reality…

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