Just 3 Questions about Leadership with David Platt

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David Platt is the Senior Pastor of the Church at Brook Hills and best-selling author of Radical. In this first video, he answers, “Who is the best leader you have ever sat under and why were they so good?”



David said that Dr. Shaddox was a good leader because he loved, cared and invested his life in others. David referred to 1 Corinthians 11:1 and 2 Timothy 2:2. Take a moment to look them up and reflect on their meaning in your own life journey.

Who invested (or is investing) in your life? How is their example a help in your leadership?
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Who has entrusted you with leadership? How has that been a worthy investment?
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Consider making a phone call or writing a note to thank someone who has invested in you and entrusted you with leadership. Be specific in the reasons why they have meant so much in your leadership and faith journey.

 
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In this next clip, David answers the question, "What is the most important thing you do to develop leaders?"


David talked about the importance of spending a quantity of time to reproduce leadership in others. And you will learn from those you lead as you share life. Who are you developing as a leader? How much time do you spend with them? What have you learned most recently from them?
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How could you improve that relationship?
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In this next clip, David answers the question, "What is the most important thing you do to develop yourself as a leader?"


David talked about the importance of spending time alone with God and learning from Him, as well as intentionally learning from others. What are you specifically doing to improve in your leadership? Are there any opportunities that you can take?
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In this bonus clip, David answers the question, "What is the most important thing you do to strengthen your Christian faith on a daily basis?"


David reminded us that Scripture shows that faith grows through obedience. Trust and obey! When was the last time you had to uncomfortably trust God in obedience? What happened?
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No two people lead exactly the same way, but there are sound leadership principles that can help you become all the leader God has planned you to be. May God grant you wisdom and grace as you lead others in His service.