Biggest Takeaways You Don't Want To Miss:
If you are under the age of 40, slow down. Embrace the process of maturity. Move patiently toward the time when your experience and results earn you the right to be heard.
The importance of leading locally. Social media creates an opportunity to influence people you’ve never met in places that you’ve never been. Time-tested leadership, however, requires focused work and a shared life with the people around you.
Jesus is a friend of sinners. Pastor Leonce’s story of conversion as a student-athlete at the University of Oklahoma reminds us to never give up on someone because of their behavior. God is always at work!
The Church must have a social conscience. Biblical discipleship helps people gain perspective and a view of the world that will not fit neatly into any political party. Instead of relying on partisan sound bites, church leaders must cross lines, challenge assumptions and cultivate a hunger for human flourishing.
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In the interview, Pastor Leonce shares some of his practices for maintaining spiritual and physical health and explains why he has made time with his family a priority. If you wonder what it takes to thrive as a leader, here’s a FREE overview of the ‘five factors’ of healthy leadership.
Check Out These Highlights:
- How young leaders sabotage their legacy
- The wisdom and metrics needed to evaluate new leadership opportunities
- The present pain that shapes you into the leader you need to be tomorrow
- The hollow success of social media presence
- How Jesus persuaded Pastor Leonce to follow him
- How Bob Stoops persuaded Pastor Leonce to play football at Oklahoma
- Why Pastor Leonce is a social activist
- How to overcome partisan politics and embrace a biblical worldview
- Which practices help Pastor Leonce cultivate spiritual health
- Why Pastor Leonce periodically ‘reinvents himself’
- What matters most if you want to be physically healthy
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