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SERMONS & MEDIA ON LEADERSHIP

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LEADERSHIP SERMON OUTLINES

by Jerry Vines

The book of Leviticus has gotten to be quite a surprise. I shared with you how the first time I tried to read through the book of Leviticus and it was really tough. When you get the bigger picture and when you see that what we read in the book of Leviticus gives us pictures of New Testament truths and truth which can be applied to our lives today, then the book takes...

by Stan Coffey

We've talked about in these Wednesday nights several traits of leadership that we want in the leaders here at San Jacinto. We talked about faithfulness and the importance of that. We went on and talked about teamwork. We talked about unity. We talked about commitment and all of those things. Well, we're going to talk about...

by Ernest Easley

It's what every home needs. It's what our nation needs. It's what every church needs. It's what every business needs. You say, "Pastor, what's that?" The kind of leadership God blesses! And it is that kind of leadership that I want to talk to you about today: The Leadership God Blesses. So whether you are a business owner or manager or a parent raising children, or a community...

by Roger Thomas

Introduction: Dave Thomas, the founder of Wendy's, who died a few years, became a familiar sight to millions in his company's television commercials. I used to refer to him as Uncle Dave. He wasn't my uncle, but I hoped that if he ever heard about my referring to him that way he might remember me in his will. He didn't. I guess I can just call him plain old Dave...

by Frank Damazio

Introduction: All that we as a leadership team seek to achieve rises and falls on the quality of the leader you become. The leader's desire is to serve you and lead you. Above personal vision, he or she has vision for you. The leader's desire is that you live a life of success and significance as a leader. Great leaders are always interested more in others' success than their own. Leaders...

by Johnny Hunt

INTRODUCTION: Matt 20:28, "Just as the Son of Man did not come to be served, but to serve, and to give His life a ransom for many." The Son of Man was certainly the head of the church, but His leadership was the model for His followers. If your spiritual life is not healthy, you will not be able to handle the social, marital, and financial...

by James Merritt

My entrance into the ministry was not as a pastor. My introduction to ministry came when I was asked to become a minister to students. Incidentally, to this day I still have a tremendously deep love for students. I know first hand the opportunity that a church has to impact a generation to come if it really pours its energy into reaching these young people. Before...

by Larry Osborne

THE BIG PICTURE: The minimum requirements for spiritual leadership. The telltale marks of spiritual maturity. THE PASSAGE: 1 Timothy 3:1-16/ Titus 1:5-9/ Acts 6:1-4/ 1 Peter 5:1-4/ Acts 20:17-30 A QUICK FLY-BY: - Spiritual Maturity In A Nutshell: No glaring...

by Stephen Whitney

Richard Nixon became President on January 20, 1969. As he planned to run for a second term five men were caught breaking into the Democratic Party headquarters at the Watergate complex on June 17, 1972 with the intent to sabotage the Democratic Party. A month later it was revealed that President Nixon...

by Jonathan McLeod

When you're baking, it's important to follow the recipe. Once when my wife was making chocolate chip cookies, she didn't have any baking soda, so she added baking powder instead. The cookies were alright, but they weren't as good as they could have been. Of course, not following a recipe can lead to more disastrous results-like...

by Fred Lowery

Deciding what NOT to do is as important as deciding what to do. ''Control your own time. Don't let it be done for you. If you are working off the in-box that is fed to you, you are probably working on the priorities of others.'' (Donald H. Rumsfield) Examples: Planning - The question is not...''Will my calendar be full?'' but...

by Bob Wickizer

Back in the days when a bunch of fun-loving engineers and scientists developed CT scanners for medical imaging (some of us took rides spinning around in the gantry for fun), we used to joke that we should teach the radiologists to read the raw data instead of mashing it all together in a complicated formula to...

by Marvin D. Patterson

Paul is the writer of this wonderful Epistle to the Church at Thessalonica. He planted this church with young Timothy and Silas on his second missionary journey under the stress of persecution. God blessed him for his efforts and the church grew and thrived for the glory of God! Now Paul puts his thoughts down in a letter...

by Steve Jones

Two men were struggling to get a large crate through a door. They struggled and struggled and the crate would not budge. Finally, one man said to the other, ''We'll never get this crate in.'' His partner replied, ''I thought we were trying to get it out!'' That's why leadership is important. Without it, there is no unity. Today I want to...

by Jesse Hendley

I have in my hand the Jerusalem Post and it speaks on the front page, of the grueling road to nation unity. At the present time, Israel has no particular leader that can form a government to guide that unhappy nation. So now there are two men who are going to share the government together. This is something that has...

by Robert Dawson

Back a few months ago when hurricane, Irene, devastated the Northeastern coast the people there experienced food, water, electrical and gas shortages. Those things were necessary and indispensable to life. All of those things were necessary to carrying out the daily functions and routines of life...

by Zach Terry

If you have your copy of God’s Word, I want you to open it to the book of Nehemiah as we step back in time over 2400 years. You might ask - what does a wall in a city have to do with us in 2015? But may I remind you that cities change but principles do not. What made a great leader then, makes a great leader now...

by Richard Laue

I Peter has made a profound impact upon my life. This great Apostle has covered so much in these five brief chapters. It is unbelievable what He includes in this letter to the "pilgrims of the Dispersion."He has covered ... SALVATION... "Elect according to the foreknowledge of God." SANCTIFICATION ... "Of the Spirit, for...

by Jim Perdue

Tonight, we continue our series in the small New Testament letter of Titus. Paul wrote this letter to his ''true son in our common faith,'' Titus around 60-65 AD. He provides instruction on how the church should operate. This book of the Bible then will be the textbook for our series Growing a Healthy Church. The church is not...

by Rick White

Many of us grew up in churches where partiality and favoritism towards a church leader was for the most part a non-issue. We were members of single staff churches where the pastor was the only person we related too. He had multiple roles, preacher, teacher, counselor, chaplain, leader, etc. It was simple for us even though it may...