What Leaders Must Have Faith In

Leading others will take you to places you never knew you’d go.

Those places may be to the highest of highs or the lowest of lows. I’ve experienced both in my time in youth ministry.

You’ve probably experienced similar, whether it was in church leadership or business leadership.

And through these ups and down, leaders must have faith.

Leaders must have faith that there will be better days ahead

Leaders must have faith that they will see others grow

Leaders must have faith that others can take over

Leaders must have faith that they can make a difference

Leaders must have faith that when they fail they can be redeemed

Leaders must have faith that there is good in the world

Leaders must have faith that the new generation has better ideas than the past generations

Leaders must have faith that young leaders have the ability to lead well

Leaders must have faith that there is a God that loves them

Leaders must have faith that in their weakness they are made strong

Leaders must have faith that there are smarter people than themselves

Leaders must have faith that competition is good

Leaders must have faith that innovation can change industries

Leaders must have faith that people still believe

Leaders must have faith that their team is awesome

Leaders must have faith that new ideas are the lifeblood of their organization

Leaders must have faith that the end isn’t the end

Leaders must have faith that growth comes through the pain

Leaders must have faith that fresh ideas will come into their organization

Leaders must have faith that new leaders will rise up and take the leadership baton

In the end, leaders must have faith to lead well.

Question: What do you have faith in? Let’s talk about in the comment section below.

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