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Comment on A Content Leader is Hard to Find by Nancy A

1-28-15 My pastor husband and i are doing your daily office together and it is wonderful. Just a comment -the blog posted on the Content Leader has a typo on the title, it should read, the CONTENTED leader. Otherwise it makes no sense. I almost didnt open it because it seemed odd. Love to all Nancy A Putnam, CT …read more

A Content Leader is Hard to Find

Looking over our shoulder to more “successful” ministries is one of the most frequent sources of pain for leaders. It is also one of the great temptations that hinder us from faithfully following Jesus. We can learn a lot from the pattern of John the Baptist’s leadership as he responded to the news that he was losing people to the “new, big thing” happening around him (John 3:26-30). Content leaders affirm: 1. I am content. I am exactly where I am supposed to be. “A person can receive only what is given him from heaven.” Yes, God gives gifts and abilities that we want to steward well. But each place of service, employment, success, or failure (a lot of God’s closest servants seem to suffer martyrdom) is under God’s sovereignty. It is tempting to strive, manipulate, and anxiously toil to push doors open that God does not have for us. But we want to. Read more.