LEADERSHIP NEWSLETTER DECEMBER 2014

Warning Lights

My university-aged son called home a few days ago to inform me that the check engine light had flashed on while driving home from work that day. He wondered what he should do. Having driven any number of older model cars over the years, I walked him through my experiences with bad sensors, faulty plugs and wires, and poor hoses, and encouraged him to get it to a repair shop that could run the diagnostics and look up the codes for the problem.

I wish that leaders in positions of spiritual authority had a form of the check engine light that would flash when inner misfires occurred. Wouldn’t it be helpful if a light would warn the leader to pull over, pull up the hood of his or her life, and examine the deeper issues long before irreparable damage happened?

NAB UPDATE

NAB International Missions
• God has answered your prayers for Hostel Parents for missionary children studying at the Rain Forest International School in Yaoundé, Cameroon. Craig and Maureen Moody will take up this position for the fall of 2015.

NAB UPDATE

2015 Triennial Conference

The 2015 Triennial Conference in July 2015 will host a good number of international ministry directors and NAB missionaries. Attendees can engage face to face with these special friends. On Thursday morning, the following individuals will host various breakout sessions, providing firsthand knowledge about what God is doing around the world:

NAB Search Committee

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR SEARCH INFORMATION

LEADERSHIP NEWSLETTER NOVEMBER 2014

Faith Based Leadership Principles

Knowing the Advent season is peering its head just around the corner, I have recently been re-reading the birth narratives that record the story of the birth of Jesus. Although not typical passages for mining leadership principles, the text did draw me toward seeing a significant contrast in leadership styles and underlying motivations.

Website Design by iSelect Internet
Graphic Design by imago