Uncommon Leadership with Bob Kuest

Bob Kuest

The Ebenezer team had a superb morning with Bob Kuest as he shared on Uncommon Leadership and Situational Leadership. Bob is from Washington, USA and he has a heart to go to different countries and share Biblical principles on Leadership.

Bob started by sharing a key scripture: Isaiah 55:8 – 9: “For my thoughts are not your thoughts, neither are your ways my ways, declares the Lord. For as the heavens are higher than the earth, so are my ways higher than your ways and my thoughts higher than your thoughts.” Gods ways and thinking hasn’t changed. We need to recapture the way God is thinking. Can we really use Biblical principles in business or in leading people?

What is leadership? Leadership can be defined as “A relationship of service dedicated to assisting people and or a group to reach their potential.”
e.g. Joseph was a great leader who used Godly principles. God turned Joseph’s life upside down and between Canaan and Egypt, Joseph became useful to God.
Joseph is a Kingdom Thinker. He thought beyond himself to the greater good of those he serves:
1. Joseph was a servant in Potiphars house – he became prosperous in house and field.
2. Joseph was the lead prisoner – the captain of the prison had no concerns.
3. Joseph became the governor of Egypt
NOTICE in all 3 leadership positions, Joseph made other people shine.

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