Sermon Notes 2017 07 30 AM

July 30, 2017 AM
Dr. Michael Catt – 1799
#7 in series

COURAGEOUS LEADERSHIP
The Leader’s Example and Impact
1 Thessalonians 1:6-9; 1 Timothy 4:12-16; Titus 1:5-16

I. WE LEAD BY EXAMPLE

A) Instructions to Titus About Leading by Example (Titus 1:5-9)

What kind of examples?

B) Instructions to Titus About Leading by Contrast (Titus 1:10-16)

Verses 10-16 illustrate what ungodly leadership looks like. These verses can be summed up in three phrases:

C) Instructions to Timothy About Leading by Example (1 Timothy 4:12-16)

The danger of assuming one has a right to leadership:

The dynamic of a credible life change is essential. (1 Thess. 1:6-9)

Paul describes the Thessalonians as a model for others:

The dedication to serve God is primary.

Leaders:

II. WE LEARN RELATIONALLY

The 13 Must-Ask Questions for Your Mentor: (from John Maxwell)

1) How do you define __?

2) What __ guide your decision?

3) What’s the most effective __ you possess?

4) What accomplishment are you __?

5) What’s the greatest __ you’ve gotten?

6) What do you wish you knew at __?

7) What’s the greatest lesson you’ve learned from __?

8) What are you learning __?

9) What __ do you see in me that I need to __?

10) What __ is __ moving forward?

11) What must I do to __ and keep growing?

12) What do you hope to __ during our mentoring relationship?

13) What can I do to __ for you?