About Godly Leadership School
Transformed leaders transforming their worlds
In any area of life, the best servant ultimately wins.
Godly leadership hinges on the principle that the greatest among you shall be your servant. Everyone can lead because everyone can serve. Godly leadership is not top-down, but bottom-up. Authentic godly leadership does not start at the head, but at the feet---that is, true leaders know the business from the ground up, and are in a better position to serve everyone at every level of their growth.
If you take the low road, you will rise to higher heights. Leadership, then, will not be an effort, but an outcome.
In the Godly Leadership School (GLS) using the Bible as our guide, here are a few things we will explore:
This school is a transformation encounter more than a simple exchange of information. God wants to transform lives through transformed godly leaders. While power principles of leadership will be shared, more importantly, you will have an encounter with God that enables you to live out those principles. The ultimate aim of the GLS is to raise godly people who are transformed through godliness to transform their spheres of influence to reflect the Kingdom of God.
Godliness is our greatest opportunity. Leadership is an outcome of godliness.
What are people saying about GLS?
"I enjoyed the fact that the examples of leadership were based on Pastor's personal experience and that the class was God breathed- based on revelation knowledge and not just some basic principles from a popular book."
"Content was scriptural based and anointed, well laid out and covered all aspects of one's life personal, professional, spiritual, soul and body"
"The principles were valuable productivity, a desired outcome,
governing, etc. Made me conscious on how I was applying them at home, on my job, and overall interaction."
" The beatitudes of a leader were huge and insightful because it was revelation from God and principles I will put on the walls of my home as guiding principles in my own leadership journey."
"I found it renewing to have a period to concentrate on trans-formative, positive God-centered changes. It benefited my Spirit, personally and professionally."
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