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Luke Christopher Kyser Principle: A leader’s humility is measured by his actions, not by his words. Key Verse: Luke 14:11 (NIV), “For all those who exalt themselves will be humbled, and those who humble themselves will be exalted.” Explanation/Illustration of the Principle Jesus says that when someone is invited to a wedding feast, he should not take places of honor meant for the more distinguished person. Consequently the host might have to humiliate the person who takes the high seat by taking that person to the least important place. When a person is invited, they should take the lowest seat in the place so that the host can erect them to a better place of horror honor and in the presence of fellow guests. In verse eleven of the same chapter, Jesus concludes by stating that those who exalt themselves are humiliated but those that are humble will be exalted (The NIV New Testament, 2011). Not needed From the principle of humility in leadership, Jesus exposes those leaders that desired to be admired. Effective leaders should seek acceptance from their teams first. They should not make themselves to look as important as this is not the proper way to seek acceptance. A leader that focuses on oneself cannot focus on other people’s needs. The leader’s reoccupation preoccupation with getting acceptances acceptance makes the leader not to care for others and to develop a sense of pride with oneself. Jesus clearly identified humility as a vital leadership principle and that which shapes people lives (Batten et al, 1997). Many are the times that people in authority exalt themselves and start oppressing their subordinates. They make their subordinates feel left out, forgotten and not cared for. However effective leaders humble themselves. They acknowledge that they have the desire to be liked, admired and accepted but they do not make these desires blind their responsibility to meet other people’s needs. They acknowledge that pride comes before a fall and commit themselves with great humility to serve others, even if their efforts go unnoticed (Batten et al, 1997). 2 Corinthians Christopher Kyser Principle: Great leaders stand behind their teams at all times, whether in success or defeat. Key Verse: 2 Corinthians 1:7 (NIV), this is ESV “Our hope for you is unshaken for we know that as you share in our sufferings, you will also share in our comfort” And our hope for you is firm, because we know that just as you share in our sufferings, so also you share in our comfort. Explanation/Illustration of the Principle This is writing was written by Paul to the Corinthian church aiming to encourage as well as strengthen believers. The reality is that there are times of success and challenges and Paul knows that followers of Christ will undergo strengthening persecution. The church of Corinthians Corinth had to understand they were not alone in challenges. From Paul’s experiences, he is familiar with suffering and in doing so; he gives the church a lot of comfort. This comfort is not mediated to both parties; however it is given to Paul, as an example so that he comforts the church (Barnett, 1997). For a leader, he should communicate the good as well as buffer the bad which appears to come in the way of the team. The leader should protect his followers from immediate impacts of challenges so that the team focuses on the execution of duties to deliver success. Therefore the leader should not expose his followers directly to the challenging political discussions that take place at the top management levels of the organization. By making the team free of emotional issues in the organizations that have not been decided upon and that need refining, an effective leader sets a positive environment for the team to work towards delivering objectives that already have been established. In If the organizational plans and objectives are changed, a leader has to properly communicate to the team in a refined and buffered manner (Barnett, 1997). 1 Thessalonians Christopher Kyser Principle: Good leaders work hard, but great leaders are exemplary workers. Key Verse:1 Thessalonians 2:9 (NIV), “For you remember, brothers, our labor and toil: we worked night and day, that we might not be a burden to any of you, while we proclaimed to you the gospel of God.”ESV (NIV) Surely you remember, brothers and sisters, our toil and hardship; we worked night and day in order not to be a burden to anyone while we preached the gospel of God to you. Explanation/Illustration of the Principle Paul wrote to the church of Thessalonica to explain that they share in strife. The church was not alone in performing their work such as providing for Paul and his travel companions and Paul pointed out to the church that he shared the same workload. As a leader, Paul works with his own hands since it is a necessity and also because work affords him to set a good example to the church (Fee, 2009). Good leaders share in work and provide an example to their team members. Subordinates working under a leader’s guidance likely observe the level of effort the leader gives to the work. Effective leaders should observe work as their own responsibility, offer a sense of urgency as well as duty to the work team in order to show that they do not merely offer guidelines and rules and lean back. pronoun needs to match its antecedent in number (Change leader to leaders) A leader has to show the same behavior that they expect their teams to exhibit. This improves the team’s commitment to work as they feel that their leader is committed to the team. The leader has to be practically involved in the process of meeting deliverables. While it may be difficult for the leader to physically contribute in the workplace, the leader’s commitment as well as hands-on perspective resonates in the team (Fee, 2009). Philemon Christopher Kyser Principle: A great leader should embrace the power of forgiveness. Key Verse: Philemon 1:15-16 remove bold (NIV), “Perhaps the reason he was separated from you for a little while was that you might have him back forever–no longer as a slave, but better than a slave, as a dear brother. He is very dear to me but even dearer to you, both as a fellow man and as a brother in the Lord. People must forgive others for their offenses on them” not part of the verse (The NIV New Testament, 2011). Not needed Explanation/Illustration of the Principle Paul reveals a lot of love as well as compassion when he desires that his convert convert goes back home and makes amend with owners. Philemon, a resident of Colosse is a covert of Paul. Paul wanted to keep Onesimus, Philemon’s runaway slave since he was a true friend. However Paul cannot allow that to happen since the convert is someone’s property. A runaway was punished by death and Paul begged that Onesimus be received by Philemon as this is what Paul could have done him (Toler, & Brecheisen, 2003). Forgiveness is vital in leadership. Leaders are expected to forgive as demonstrated by Paul who provided to pay Philemon all the things that Onesimus had stolen.  Leaders should also demonstrate equality. Paul states that Although although Onesimus is a slave; Philemon should consider him as same to him.  Leaders should show equality and not exalt themselves to their inferiors due to their authority figures (Toler, & Brecheisen, 2003). Paul has an exalted position; however he pleads with Philemon as a fellow Christian and not a church authority figure. For leaders, they should facilitate peacemaking and reconciliation. Leaders have to enhance reconciliations in broken relationships in the organization as Paul did between Onesimus and Philemon. Secondly, offenders have to face the past wrongdoing and confess in order to be reinstated. The offended in the organization also have to show forgiveness. Good leaders are committed on to reconciliation and forgiveness to enhance accountability for all in the workplace. 1 John Christopher Kyser Principle: A good leader must never be feared by his followers, but display love and kindness towards his supporters and they will serve him loyally. Key Verse: 1 John 13: 8 wrong verse (NIV), “There is no fear in love; but perfect love casts out fear, because fear involves torment. But he who fears has not been made perfect in love.”KJV 1 John 4:18 (NIV) There is no fear in love. But perfect love drives out fear, because fear has to do with punishment. The one who fears is not made perfect in love. Explanation/Illustration of the Principle It states that no real love can exist where there is fear, ultimately fear can never inspire, encourage, or generate true love in the hearts of those whom the leader will lead. In this verse, it implies that since God will judge all of humanity, his people who with all their hearts love him, can never fear him as he is the one and only true judge. This is then described as the perfect love because it signifies the fullness of love which one receives after casting out all their fear of the Day of Judgment. A cell group needs plenty of service. If a group is started, they must make decisions such as why, how, who, when and where. A leader should not allow his title or position to cause unnecessary anxiety to members of the group. Activities may include making phone calls, arranging chairs, prompting people, making instructions or even making coffee and offering rides. This work is sometimes thankless, but very important and a servant leader should find time to express his appreciation to his dedicated followers. There are many behind the scenes efforts that determine whether group meeting are successful or if they may fail. But if the group has servant leadership it will become an effective team (Batten et al, 1997). This was on the original (Gospel) John 13:8 principle. Does it belong on this principle? Or should it be deleted? If you delete, check word count. References italicize Barnett, P., (1997). The Second Epistle to the Corinthians. The New International Commentary on the New Testament. Grand Rapids, MI: Wm. B. Eerdmans. Batten, J. D., Cunningham, G. B., & Howard, W. R. (1997). The leadership principles of Jesus: Modern parables of achievement and motivation. Joplin, Mo: College Press. Fee G, D., (2009). The First and Second Epistles to the Thessalonians. The New International Commentary on the New Testament. Grand Rapids, MI: Wm. B. Eerdmans. Malphurs, A. (2003). Being leaders: The nature of authentic Christian leadership. Grand Rapids, MI: Baker Books. Maxwell, J. C. (2007). The Maxwell leadership bible. Nashville: Thomas Nelson, Inc. Maxwell, J.C. (2000). Minutes in a Leaders Day. Nashville: Thomas Nelson, Inc. reverse order 2000 first then 2007 Toler, S., & Brecheisen, J. (2003). Lead to succeed: New Testament principles for visionary leadership. Kansas City, Mo: Beacon Hill Press of Kansas City.

Luke Christopher Kyser

Principle: A leader’s humility is measured by his actions, not by his words.

Key Verse: Luke 14:11 (NIV), “For all those who exalt themselves will be humbled, and those who humble themselves will be exalted.”

Explanation/Illustration of the Principle

Jesus says that when someone is invited to a wedding feast, he should not take places of honor meant for the more distinguished person. Consequently the host might have to humiliate the person who takes the high seat by taking that person to the least important place. When a person is invited, they should take the lowest seat in the place so that the host can erect them to a better place of horrorhonor and in the presence of fellow guests. In verse eleven of the same chapter, Jesus concludes by stating that those who exalt themselves are humiliated but those that are humble will be exalted (The NIV New Testament, 2011). Not needed

From the principle of humility in leadership, Jesus exposes those leaders that desired to be admired. Effective leaders should seek acceptance from their teams first. They should not make themselves to look as important as this is not the proper way to seek acceptance. A leader that focuses on oneself cannot focus on other people’s needs. The leader’s reoccupationpreoccupation with getting acceptancesacceptance makes the leader not to care for others and to develop a sense of pride with oneself. Jesus clearly identified humility as a vital leadership principle and that which shapes people lives (Batten et al, 1997).

Many are the times that people in authority exalt themselves and start oppressing their subordinates. They make their subordinates feel left out, forgotten and not cared for. However effective leaders humble themselves. They acknowledge that they have the desire to be liked, admired and accepted but they do not make these desires blind their responsibility to meet other people’s needs. They acknowledge that pride comes before a fall and commit themselves with great humility to serve others, even if their efforts go unnoticed (Batten et al, 1997).

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2 Corinthians Christopher Kyser

Principle: Great leaders stand behind their teams at all times, whether in success or defeat.

Key Verse: 2 Corinthians 1:7 (NIV), this is ESV “Our hope for you is unshaken for we know that as you share in our sufferings, you will also share in our comfort” And our hope for you is firm, because we know that just as you share in our sufferings, so also you share in our comfort.

Explanation/Illustration of the Principle

This is writingwas written by Paul to the Corinthian church aiming to encourage as well as strengthen believers. The reality is that there are times of success and challenges and Paul knows that followers of Christ will undergo strengthening persecution. The church of CorinthiansCorinth had to understand they were not alone in challenges. From Paul’s experiences, he is familiar with suffering and in doing so; he gives the church a lot of comfort. This comfort is not mediated to both parties; however it is given to Paul, as an example so that he comforts the church (Barnett, 1997).

For a leader, he should communicate the good as well as buffer the bad which appears to come in the way of the team. The leader should protect his followers from immediate impacts of challenges so that the team focuses on the execution of duties to deliver success. Therefore the leader should not expose his followers directly to the challenging political discussions that take place at the top management levels of the organization.

By making the team free of emotional issues in the organizations that have not been decided upon and that need refining, an effective leader sets a positive environment for the team to work towards delivering objectives that already have been established. InIf the organizational plans and objectives are changed, a leader has to properly communicate to the team in a refined and buffered manner (Barnett, 1997).

1 Thessalonians Christopher Kyser

Principle: Good leaders work hard, but great leaders are exemplary workers.

Key Verse:1 Thessalonians 2:9 (NIV), “For you remember, brothers, our labor and toil: we worked night and day, that we might not be a burden to any of you, while we proclaimed to you the gospel of God.”ESV(NIV) Surely you remember, brothers and sisters, our toil and hardship; we worked night and day in order not to be a burden to anyone while we preached the gospel of God to you.

Explanation/Illustration of the Principle

Paul wrote to the church of Thessalonica to explain that they share in strife. The church was not alone in performing their work such as providing for Paul and his travel companions and Paul pointed out to the church that he shared the same workload. As a leader, Paul works with his own hands since it is a necessity and also because work affords him to set a good example to the church (Fee, 2009).

Good leaders share in work and provide an example to their team members. Subordinates working under a leader’s guidance likely observe the level of effort the leader gives to the work. Effective leaders should observe work as their own responsibility, offer a sense of urgency as well as duty to the work team in order to show that they do not merely offer guidelines and rules and lean back. pronoun needs to match its antecedent in number (Change leader to leaders)

A leader has to show the same behavior that they expect their teams to exhibit. This improves the team’s commitment to work as they feel that their leader is committed to the team. The leader has to be practically involved in the process of meeting deliverables. While it may be difficult for the leader to physically contribute in the workplace, the leader’s commitment as well as hands-on perspective resonates in the team (Fee, 2009).

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Philemon Christopher Kyser

Principle: A great leader should embrace the power of forgiveness.

Key Verse: Philemon 1:15-16remove bold (NIV), “Perhaps the reason he was separated from you for a little while was that you might have him back forever–no longer as a slave, but better than a slave, as a dear brother. He is very dear to me but even dearer to you, both as a fellow man and as a brother in the Lord. People must forgive others for their offenses on them”not part of the verse(The NIV New Testament, 2011).Not needed

Explanation/Illustration of the Principle

Paul reveals a lot of love as well as compassion when he desires that his convert convert goes back home and makes amend with owners. Philemon, a resident of Colosse is a covert of Paul. Paul wanted to keep Onesimus, Philemon’s runaway slave since he was a true friend. However Paul cannot allow that to happen since the convert is someone’s property. A runaway was punished by death and Paul begged that Onesimus be received by Philemon as this is what Paul could have done him (Toler, & Brecheisen, 2003).

Forgiveness is vital in leadership. Leaders are expected to forgive as demonstrated by Paul who provided to pay Philemon all the things that Onesimus had stolen.  Leaders should also demonstrate equality. Paul states that Although although Onesimus is a slave; Philemon should consider him as same to him.  Leaders should show equality and not exalt themselves to their inferiors due to their authority figures (Toler, & Brecheisen, 2003). Paul has an exalted position; however he pleads with Philemon as a fellow Christian and not a church authority figure.

For leaders, they should facilitate peacemaking and reconciliation. Leaders have to enhance reconciliations in broken relationships in the organization as Paul did between Onesimus and Philemon. Secondly, offenders have to face the past wrongdoing and confess in order to be reinstated. The offended in the organization also have to show forgiveness. Good leaders are committed on to reconciliation and forgiveness to enhance accountability for all in the workplace.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1 John Christopher Kyser

Principle: A good leader must never be feared by his followers, but display love and kindness towards his supporters and they will serve him loyally.

Key Verse: 1 John 13: 8 wrong verse (NIV), “There is no fear in love; but perfect love casts out fear, because fear involves torment. But he who fears has not been made perfect in love.”KJV

1 John 4:18 (NIV) There is no fear in love. But perfect love drives out fear, because fear has to do with punishment. The one who fears is not made perfect in love.

Explanation/Illustration of the Principle

It states that no real love can exist where there is fear, ultimately fear can never inspire, encourage, or generate true love in the hearts of those whom the leader will lead. In this verse, it implies that since God will judge all of humanity, his people who with all their hearts love him, can never fear him as he is the one and only true judge. This is then described as the perfect love because it signifies the fullness of love which one receives after casting out all their fear of the Day of Judgment.

A cell group needs plenty of service. If a group is started, they must make decisions such as why, how, who, when and where. A leader should not allow his title or position to cause unnecessary anxiety to members of the group. Activities may include making phone calls, arranging chairs, prompting people, making instructions or even making coffee and offering rides. This work is sometimes thankless, but very important and a servant leader should find time to express his appreciation to his dedicated followers. There are many behind the scenes efforts that determine whether group meeting are successful or if they may fail. But if the group has servant leadership it will become an effective team (Batten et al, 1997). This was on the original (Gospel) John 13:8 principle. Does it belong on this principle? Or should it be deleted? If you delete, check word count.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

References italicize

Barnett, P., (1997). The Second Epistle to the Corinthians. The New International Commentary

on the New Testament. Grand Rapids, MI: Wm. B. Eerdmans.

Batten, J. D., Cunningham, G. B., & Howard, W. R. (1997). The leadership principles of Jesus: Modern parables of achievement and motivation. Joplin, Mo: College Press.

Fee G, D., (2009). The First and Second Epistles to the Thessalonians. The New International Commentary on the New Testament. Grand Rapids, MI: Wm. B. Eerdmans.

Malphurs, A. (2003). Being leaders: The nature of authentic Christian leadership. Grand Rapids, MI: Baker Books.

Maxwell, J. C. (2007). The Maxwell leadership bible. Nashville: Thomas Nelson, Inc.

Maxwell, J.C. (2000). Minutes in a Leaders Day. Nashville: Thomas Nelson, Inc.reverse order 2000 first then 2007

Toler, S., & Brecheisen, J. (2003). Lead to succeed: New Testament principles for visionary leadership. Kansas City, Mo: Beacon Hill Press of Kansas City.

 

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