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See Everything Through Jesus’ Heart

Led More By Jesus

In this special 25th Anniversary article, Arrow leader Mark Buchanan, Class 10, writes about dwelling in Christ so deeply that you see everything through Jesus’ heart. Read Mark’s inspiring perspective and pass this story along for others to benefit from his unique view on this topic.

I had an epiphany in Bolivia.

Christ the Redeemer

It was in the city of Cochabamba. Towering above that city, similar to Rio de Janeiro in Brazil, is a 100-foot statue of Jesus. He glows white, as though in transfiguration. His face is set with deep calm and fierce resolve. His arms are stretched wide, both cruciform and welcoming: Come unto me, all you who are weary. I drove with a friend up the precipitous gravel road to the base of the statue and stood at Jesus’ feet, looking up in fear and trembling. Continue Reading

Mark Peterkins – Arrow Story

Arrow’s Vision is to see: Christian Leaders equipped to influence every sphere of society, impact every nation, and reach every person for Jesus. In celebrating Arrow Leadership’s 25th year, we’ve asked Arrow Leaders – from class 1 to present – to share their insights on “being led more by, leading more like and leading more to Jesus.”

Mark Peterkins experienced significant impact in his confidence as a leader through his involvement in the Arrow Leadership Program (Class 13). This positioned him well for his responsibilities as Executive Director of One Way Ministries – a ministry that reaches the city of Ottawa by serving its leaders.

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Dr. Steve A. Brown
President 
P.S. To learn more about the Arrow Leadership Program, please visit arrowleadership.org

Breaking Down Generational Barriers

Leading More Like Jesus

Michelle Arthur, Arrow Class 29, has written this special 25th Anniversary article with a focus on breaking down generational barriers. This, she says, will promote value for every believer, no matter their age, as a significant member of the body of Christ. This is a great article for church leaders to read and process together. 

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Many of us are familiar with the concepts of mentoring and discipleship. However, after nearly a decade serving women in both parachurch and local church contexts, I have experienced hundreds of blank stares when I encourage women to seek mentors and challenge them to become one.

These women say they don’t feel qualified for such a role, despite being long-time believers, faithful church attenders, and regulars at their Bible studies. Continue Reading

In Desperate Need of Grace

Leading More To Jesus

In this special 25th Anniversary article, Arrow leader Sam Kim, Class 30, shares his passion for the Church to be an expression of God’s grace to the world. As you read and share this with others, keep in mind the phrase Jesus often used with his listeners: “for those who have ears to hear.”

The Bible clearly teaches us that God’s power is made perfect in our weakness and not our strength. Paul asserts in 2 Corinthians 12:9:

My grace is sufficient for you, for my power is made perfect in weakness.

Broken Glass

Ironically, this seems to go against not only our natural inclination, but that of our churches as well. What is typically honored in Christian spirituality is the appearance of strength and neatness, an obsessive form of meticulousness that leaves little room for ambiguity. In reality, life is full of ambiguity and messiness. In reality, we all need God’s grace.

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Kevin Clouse – Arrow Story

Arrow’s Vision is to see: Christian Leaders equipped to influence every sphere of society, impact every nation, and reach every person for Jesus. In celebrating Arrow Leadership’s 25th year, we’ve asked Arrow Leaders – from class 1 to present – to share their insights on “being led more by, leading more like and leading more to Jesus.”

Kevin Clouse, Arrow Class 34, serves in Asia with SALT (Systematic Asian Leadership Training). In his video message, Kevin shares briefly about why he chose to be a part of the Arrow Leadership Program and how the training, mentoring, and encouragement assisted him to develop a personal vision for his impact with leaders where resources are limited. 

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Dr. Steve A. Brown
President 
P.S. To learn more about the Arrow Leadership Program, please visit arrowleadership.org

Come, See Like Jesus

Leading More Like Jesus

“Come and you will see.” In this simple and brief invitation, Jesus unfurls a deeply important leadership principle that we, as leaders seeking to lead like Jesus, need to understand and implement.

Perspective

Effective leadership requires the ability to see – to not only have vision but even more importantly, to have perspective. What I mean by “perspective” is how we see – the biblical framework that informs and guides how we approach our leadership, challenges we face, people we serve with, and opportunities we encounter.

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