prayer saying grace

“I’m just not a leader.”  Men, how many times have we cowered behind that false statement?  How many times have we sat back and allowed others to lead our families and children?  The truth is God has ordained Christian men to be spiritual leaders in their families and in the church.

Today more than ever we need men of God to become the leaders God desires us to be. But what does it mean to truly lead?  Is it just sitting back and telling others what to do?  Is it simply being a “visionary”?  What are the characteristics and behaviors of a real Christian leader?


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The bottom line is we all need to be influencing our families as well as culture for Jesus Christ, and one way to do that is to be stronger in the faith and purposeful in our interactions with others.

Our two special guests today are former Green Bay Packers defensive end, Kabeer Gbaja-Biamila and VP of sales of AlwaysCare Benefits, David Roth. They also will be speaking at the upcoming Men of Iron Conference, Saturday, October 3rd from 8 AM – 3:30 PM at Christ Alone Church (505 E. Allouez Avenue) in Green Bay, WI. Click the link below for more.

Men of Iron Conference

1 Corinthians 16:13 – STAY STRONG! Featuring former Packer Kabeer Gbaja Bilamila, Ron Jung, Shannon Souther and David Roth. Leading in worship and providing free concert at 3:30 pm is Danen Kane. Topics include: Recovering the priesthood of Adam, Fatherhood, The Apostle Paul’s leadership, A Pastor’s expectation from men in the church.

(Lunch is provided; $30 each, group discounts for 5 or more.) Questions? Email droth2@new.rr.com or call 920-643-7607

We also talked about this Wednesday’s event – also in Green Bay:

Bringing Back the Black Robed Regiment – September 23, 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM, Living Hope Church, 1840 W. Mason Street, Green Bay.

Wisconsin Family Council presents Mr. Dan Fisher and his “Bringing Back the Black-Robed Regiment“! The British called the American Revolutionary War-era clergy, most of whom wore black robes when in their pulpits, “The Black-Robed Regiment.” Come and learn how strategic churches and pastors were in gaining America’s independence and how critical churches and pastors are today!

Registration not required but seating is limited. This event is FREE.