Crucifixional Leadership
Play to Your Strengths

Play to Your Strengths

The American Revolutionaries were outmanned and outgunned against their British counterparts. If they engaged in conventional warfare, the United States of America might look very different than it does today. Instead of doing battle in obligatory manners, the American militia used new and strange tactics to win the battles of Lexington and Concord. By so doing, they played to their strengths and were able to secure their Independence. Can Warrior Saints do the same thing in our lives? You bet. It’s time to get some!

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Crucifixional Leadership 10: See

Crucifixional Leadership 3: Courage

When dealing with rattlesnakes, it takes courage. Some of us freeze in fear while others act despite the fear. As crucifixional leaders, we often experience fear and assume that means we don’t have courage. But courage is not the absence of fear, courage is taking right action in spite of fear. Let’s explore three big fears that can keep us from growing our leadership skills: fear of what others will think, fear of confrontation and fear of losing control. Time to get some!

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