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Lost & Found: Memories of Being Sent

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“How then will they call on him in whom they have not believed? And how are they to believe in him of whom they have never heard? And how are they to hear without someone preaching? And how are they to preach unless they are sent?” (Romans 10:14-15a)

What was your first experience of being a “sent one?” Living in a women’s dormitory in college gave me ample opportunity to meet women from backgrounds that were different from mine. In the early 80’s, there were not many international students on our campus. So, imagine my surprise when I introduced myself to Anna, a first year student from Russia.

Anna was the first person that I remember talking with who had no belief in God. None. She didn’t have any interest or curiosity of why others would believe in God. She wasn’t resistant, just completely uninterested.

Our conversation, or lack thereof, haunted me. I couldn’t shake it. Anna was spiritually dead, yet I wrestled with the weight of her choice. I cried out to the Lord to send people to Russia to tell others about Jesus. Continue Reading

Caring for the Soul of the Leader

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Led More By Jesus

In this 25th anniversary article, Ingrid Davis states, “the most important thing we bring to leadership is ourselves” and that “true leadership begins on the inside of a leader.” The beginning of a New Year is an excellent time to reflect on who we are and who we are becoming.

[This article is adapted from, Leadership Wisdom: Growing in the Art of Leadership, Chuck Davis, editor and contributing author. NY:NY Beaufort Books, copyright 2016. ISBN 9780825308345]

What I have found as a leader and a coach of leaders is that one of the most important aspects of leadership is the quality of our souls.

King Solomon, one of the wisest kings in all the annals of history, said it this way, “Above all else, guard your heart — for it is the wellspring of life” (Prov. 4:23). The heart, or the soul, is who we really are; it’s our mind, will, and emotions; the source of our attitudes, the keeper of our passions and desires, and the seat of our moral actions. The soul, then, is the center of who we are — past, present, and future — but most importantly in that spectrum, who we are becoming in relationship with Jesus, being led more by him. Continue Reading

Brett Ullman – Arrow Story

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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.”

Brett Ullman, Arrow Class 23, works as the Executive Director with Worlds Apart, bridging our Ancient Faith with our modern world, and bringing voice to topics affecting youth, young adults and parents in our culture. In this 25th anniversary video, Brett shares about what he experienced and learned in the Arrow Leadership Program that continues to sustain his leadership today.

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Dr. Steve A. Brown


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Dismantling Walls of Separation

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Leading More Like Jesus

In this 25th anniversary article, Sami DiPasquale draws on his experience in cross-cultural relationships and sees how Jesus has modeled the way in loving our neighbors well.

How is it that you, a Jew, ask a drink of me, a woman of Samaria? John 4:9 (NRSV)

When Jesus interacted with the Samaritan woman at the well, he was choosing to enter into a social situation fraught with tension. Jews and Samaritans shared a long history of hostility and distrust. They harbored religious disagreements and contempt, political differences, distinctive cultures and social norms, and divided ethnic heritage. Jews despised Samaritans. It was a polarized world. What’s more, according to Jewish custom men were expected to avoid speaking with women in public. Not only did Jesus speak to a woman, he spoke with a woman of loose sexual ethics. His disciples were scandalized. Continue Reading

New Resource: Who Am I? Devotional

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Who Am I?: A Devotional Journey for You to Soar in Your Identity in Christ

From Arrow Leadership

Author: Sharon Simmonds, Foreword: Steve A. Brown

Being anchored in our identity in Christ is meant for all Jesus-followers and especially critical for Christian leaders. Knowing this need, Arrow Leadership has produced a devotional book to help you live, relate and serve from the unshakeable foundation of God’s truth about who you are in Christ – and to assist you as you lead and develop others. Continue Reading

The Stewardship of Power

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Leading More Like Jesus

In this 25th anniversary article, Dave Lee accentuates that our use of power has a tremendous impact on how we live, love, lead and serve. Think about ways you could incorporate these concepts and reflection questions for transformation in your church and community.  

A couple I know was part of a larger group of friends who had planned an international cruise together. The wife had reminded her husband numerous times to double-check the passports. Annoyed, he’d assured her he had it under control. On the day of their departure, as they waited in line to board the ship, he was horrified to discover that he had brought their old expired passports. They were unable to join their party and had a very tense flight back home. Continue Reading

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