Christian Leadership to Change the World

19 Feb

More clarity is more power!

The fruit of the righteous is a tree of life, And he who wins souls is wise. (Proverbs 11:30)

How are you manifesting the fruit of righteousness?

In the large and gorgeous foyer of the library at Regent University in Virginia Beach, there is a beautiful message above a doorway stating “Christian Leadership to Change the World.” Seeing that was so inspiring for me! I took a photo of that and put it on several of my websites to remember.

My life purpose is to be a great salesman for the Word of God, to be a catalyst to save at least ONE BILLION SOULS. I’m passionate about Jesus and saving lost people because I nearly lost everything that was of value to me when Jesus wasn’t my rock. It’s only by God’s grace and mercy that I still have my wife, my children, and my career.

My assignment is to POWER network the Judeo-Christian networks around the world to unite God’s army. I’m not 90% sure about that; I’m positive. This isn’t just something I’m good at and love to do; it’s what God created me to do. Those who network the networks gain the most leverage. Leverage equals speed.

How does someone achieve such a huge vision and fulfill such a great assignment? It takes uncommon revelations and insights from the Holy Spirit. This week I’ll be sharing some of those to propel you and your organization forward if you choose to apply them.

In my devotional on February 18, I mentioned that Michael Stay and I met with the leadership team for Transformational Leadership Coaching on February 13 at the TLCI headquarters in Virginia Beach to discuss ways to magnify their impact and improve their profitability. Preparing properly for this opportunity required putting together a new PowerPoint presentation. That brought more clarity.

My son Robbie, who is majoring in systems engineering at the University of Virginia, happened to come home for a few hours in the evening on February 10 as I was putting the finishing touches on my PowerPoint presentation. When I asked him to take a look at that, he gave me excellent feedback and showed me an outstanding, on-line PowerPoint presentation by one of his professors at the University of Virginia. One of the suggestions Robbie made was to add my goals to the start of the presentation. I did that.

Here are the goals I wrote down for TLCI. On February 18, I realized these all apply to my relationship with you through these devotionals:

1) Share my heart! Capture your heart!
2) Bless you by planting seeds of UNCOMMON IDEAS and through POWER networking
3) To be blessed myself by blessing you
4) Light a fire of desire in your heart to be part of America’s 400th Anniversary celebration in 2007!!

Prayer Power
Father, God of enlightenment, open the eyes of understanding of those who read and hear these messages this week to propel them forward into their destinies. May their hearts be receptive to the revelations and insights You have given me and now want to share with them. May they be doers and not just hears of Your words. Thank You Jesus. Amen.

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Blessings to manifest the fruit of righteousness!

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