Posts Tagged ‘leadership’


Join us at Kingdom Bound 2011 all week!


This week we’re going to be taking you inside the mega worship fest Kingdom Bound 2011 at Darien Lake Resort outside of Buffalo New York. This amazing event attracts more than 45,000 people each year. Why? To worship, learn, fuse hearts, and and have a ton of fun doing it!

@stickyJesus has been invited (and blessed) to teach three daily breakout sessions to pastors and leaders on how to use social media to amplify Kingdom outreach. We’re having a blast and plan to share this fun time with you each step of the way.

Please pray for us this week and let us know how we can pray for you! Please pray:

  • Open hearts and open minds to the @stickyJesus challenge of intentional outreach online.
  • That lives are touched through the ministries, music, and messages being shared here 24/7.
  • That families and friends create deeper bonds and that the body of Christ experiences supernatural unity.
  • That prayer and woship drive every agenda and busy schedule. And, that quiet moments with God empower those organizing, leading, performing, teaching, and attending.

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Live Sticky: you’ve got all you need to lead

Jesus knew how to live and lead sticky. He influenced the thinking, the behavior, and the development of others. There wasn’t a town or a city He entered where hearts and minds did not respond. When He engaged the people in conversation, they listened. When He spoke the language of eternity and performed miracles, lives changed. His ideas and His love stuck.

Jesus’ life matched His message. There weren’t grey areas around His integrity or identity. The challenge for us today is to effectively engage a needful planet and lead the conversation like Jesus. Leadership books repeat the characteristics: leaders go against the grain, take personal risks to achieve a greater goal, and create culture. They’re mission-centric. They speak of vision, possibility, and teamwork. Great leaders are exceptional communicators and standout influencers. Great leaders get personal.

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