Leadership is broken because leaders are unbroken
It happened on a Thursday morning many years ago in San Jose, CA. That morning I was involved in a meeting about reaching the world with the Gospel—heady stuff.
Following that meeting, I chatted with a pastor friend of mine and soon our conversation centered on what great things we were going to do for God. It could have been an edifying conversation, but it wasn’t, and I knew it wasn’t as soon as I left my friend.
I knew what I said was wrong—empty words full of empty ambition.
That night I woke up with my arm wrapped around my head, all circulation cut off and all feeling gone. As I struggled to restore feeling in my arm, a question entered my mind, a question from God I’m sure...