What does leadership mean to you?
- Investing in the success of others
- Risking your reputation for what is right
- Sharing truth in love because you care
These are realities many do not think are possible in today’s workplace. But you can live a life of meaning and service to others and be successful, especially when you don't feel so alone!
As iron sharpens iron, so one person sharpens another. Proverbs 27:17
We are working to increase opportunities for sharpening community outside of your regular BBT small group. Last month we hosted Right Now Media's Work as Worship Retreat to gather Christian professionals for fellowship and to learn more about making an impact in the workplace!
Join us next month for the National Day of Prayer
Thursday, May 5 - read the third column for more details - and watch for more events Coming Soon:
If someone asked you what leadership practices you use, how would you answer?
You might engage with a mentor, give real-time feedback, or inspire and enable others. But would you say you regularly practice the following?
What impact could these Godly practices have in transforming your leadership potential?
Maybe you will find more satisfaction in your work, be more observant of the desensitization of worldly values or simply discover more reasons to praise God.
Learn more with our new volume of curriculum called Transforming Practices. Check out the sample by clicking here.
The new volume includes four (4) studies covering transforming practices. When we pivot our daily focus to God and walk in ways that cultivate a thankful heart, our leadership changes to the benefit of God's Kingdom and everyone around us.
Which volume of curriculum will you study next?
Transforming the Nation
Something powerful occurs when people join together with a shared purpose. The commonality of goals combined with the passion of others creates an experience that could never be replicated by a single person. Consider Matthew 18:20:
For where two or three gather in my name, there am I with them.
Similarly, prayer for our nation and its leaders, when done with others, can be a powerful experience - for both those praying and the objects of prayer! It's why a day of prayer was established and continues.
This year the National Day of Prayer will be held on Thursday, May 5th. BBT will be offering two 30-minute virtual prayer calls, at 7:00 am and 12:00 pm Central Time, for those who don't have the time or ability to attend an in-person event. Feel free to invite friends, family, and co-workers!
If you cannot pray with us above, join the National Day of Prayer Broadcast with Pray.com at 7:00 pm Central Time.