Turning a Crisis into a Summons
Leadership works through crises. We write strategic plans; but in reality, we’re just reacting to the needs around us and adapting those plans to the conditions we’re facing now. That’s what leaders do. We’re in the midst of one of those moments. Despite our best efforts to plan for the future, we are now reacting to the realities of a pandemic. Visionary leaders see this time as a great moment of hope and awakening and a chance to adapt to new realities emerging.
- Ruth and Naomi bond together and go to Bethlehem in the midst of famine.
- Moses leads people out of Egypt after and during signs, wonders, and plagues.
- Paul responds to riots in Corinth, Thessalonica, and Ephesus by remaining calm, communicating, and working with Priscilla, Aquila and Timothy.
- Jeremiah buys a field in the midst of exile.
Point People to God’s Presence
Love Your Neighbor by Staying Home
Build a Team for Yourself
Take a Risk
To help you as leaders, we’ll be having free weekly Northern Live sessions on Thursdays at 1:30 p.m. to share ideas and support one another. You can register now by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. We will send a zoom link to you.