Leadership is broken because leaders are unbroken
Wilderness Wanderings Series:
When a zigzag line is the shortest distance
between futility and fruitfulness
Every leader will spend seasons of life wandering in the wilderness. It’s inevitable and inescapable. There are no exceptions...
The wilderness. Barren, empty, lifeless, colorless, solitary, unending hard sand, rock outcroppings, and rugged mountains. Hot in the day, cold at night. Far from the action, from the crowds, from life and what matters. Yet, in the Bible, the wilderness is the place where the action is, where the holy God shows up, where leaders are called, a nation is formed, and a Savior prepared. It is the place of spiritual warfare, the greatest testing and the most intense temptation, yet also the root of fruit, the source of success.
In the Bible the wilderness is not only a physical place, but also a grand metaphor for life and growth and preparation for supernatural opportunity through painful moments, the place where God takes us to make us ready to be used by Him in ways we never thought possible...