• A Helper When We Fall

    Devotionals | June 08, 2015

    As God’s people, we are not to live lives characterized by sin. Our lives are to be characterized by knowing Jesus Christ, the righteous one. Yet sin is a reality in this fallen world, and at times we will succumb to temptation. Perhaps we are prone to failing to lead in humility and God-grounded confidence. Perhaps we forego words of encouragement and loving correction, choosing instead to speak harsh words of judgment that stem from our own pride or fear.

  • Loving Like Jesus

    Devotionals | June 05, 2015

    Grace, forgiveness, community, and encouragement are expressions of God’s love poured out to us. Stop and think: What difference do these expressions of His love make in your life? Who would you be without His love? Who are you becoming because of His love? How are you relating to others differently because of how you have experienced His love? Jesus had one overriding commandment for His disciples, that they would love one another as He had loved them.

  • Phyllis

    Leadership Starts with the Heart

    Blog | Phyllis Hendry Halverson | June 03, 2015

    What does your heart have to do with leadership?  In one word – everything.

    The heart is “our why.” Within the heart lies the reason why we do what we do; it is our intention and motivation.  It is the core of who we are, so it has everything to do with everything.  Scripture tells us clearly, “Above all else, guard your heart, for it is the wellspring of life.”(Proverbs 4:23).

  • Family Matters

    Devotionals | June 03, 2015

    After personally leading a successful campaign to return the Ark of the Covenant to Jerusalem, David “returned home to bless his family” (1 Chron. 16:43). Jesus, in the midst of His suffering on the cross, becoming the means of forgiveness for the sin of the whole world, gave His mother Mary into the care of the disciple whom He loved (Jn. 19:26-27). Are we as focused on living, loving, and leading like Jesus in our family relationships as we are in professional or ministry roles? Jesus clearly was.

  • Rich and Barbara Meiss

    Lead Like Jesus is pleased to introduce Rich and Barbara Meiss as the new Directors of Leadership Development Services. In their new roles, Rich and Barbara will help mobilize, train and engage an ever-growing network of Leadership Development Facilitators so that more people will be trained and equipped to lead like Jesus.

    “Rich and Barbara bring a lifetime of experience in the training and development field and a heart for ministry,” said Phyllis H. Hendry, President/CEO of Lead Like Jesus. “I am thrilled to have them on our team.”

  • Seasons of Rest

    Devotionals | June 01, 2015

    David paints a picture of rest and refreshment in Psalm 23:1-2. We can imagine ourselves in the green pastures, see the sunlight glinting off the rippling water, and sense the shepherd nearby. Just a few phrases later, David speaks of dark valleys, lurking pressures and enemies, yet he finds comfort and courage in the Lord’s guidance, presence, and goodness. Seasons of rest are God’s provision to strengthen us for the challenging work of leading like Jesus. Take advantage of the seasons of rest He gives you, then renewed and refreshed, rise to lead, knowing that He goes with you.

  • One of the most influential Christian leaders in Indonesia is helping open new doors for reaching the island nation with the life-transforming leadership of Jesus.

    Pak Suhandoko Wirhaspati, pastor and chairman of Gereja Bethel Indonesia (GBI), sees the benefits of structuring his organization around the concept of Jesus-demonstrated leadership.

  • 20/20 Vision

    Devotionals | May 29, 2015

    As leaders, people around us depend on us to have excellent vision. They depend on us to know where we are taking them and how to get there. To see accurately, we need to need to see at macro and micro levels. We need to see the vision and the larger context within which we are pursuing our goal, the culture, the historical setting, and future trends. We need to see our people clearly, to know their strengths and weaknesses, their developmental level and best fit within the organization. Where do you need God to sharpen your vision?