From the book: Lead like Jesus
"Think for a moment on the depth of character and the love Jesus displayed in that intense moment for His disciples, who writhing hours would abandon
and deny Him. He did not give in to the temptation to despair over their
slowness to grasp the essence of what He had repeatedly taught then
about how they should lead. As the ultimate servant leader, Jesus
demonstrated His willingness to provide what the disciples needed most
to grow and develop in their ability to fulfill their mission, which was
to be taught one more time" (Blanchard, 2006, p. 109).
What does this mean to you?
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