We’ve been hearing a lot about leadership during crises these days. And there’s definitely a case to be made on how important this is. Leaders need to pivot and shift. Heads of corporations and small businesses need to adapt to a new economy and a new reality. Many big and small decisions need to be made if you, as a Kingdom entrepreneur, are to keep thriving at this time.
However, we must not lose sight of one very important fact: True leadership begins at home.
The foundation of our society and way of life has always been and still is the family unit. And the family unit has been under attack for decades now.
Through television, movies, the education system, video games, the media, books and ideologies, the minds of our kids have been under attack for a loong time.
Right now is a pivotal time in history. A line is being drawn in the sand for the future of our children. Men of God… it’s time to step up. It’s a crucial time to take a stand as leaders in our home.
Today, I give you 6 ways to lead your family during crisis.
“Leadership begins at home.” ~ S. Richard
“Those who do not study history are doomed to repeat it.” (famous saying)
“We live in a generation that fails to study history. As a result, not only are we doomed to repeat it, but we also reject as fools those who made it.” ~ S. Richard
“I read old books because I would rather learn from those who built civilizations than those who tore it down.” (meme)
“The best thing any father can do for his kids is to love their mom.” S. Richard
“If she is going to stand behind you, she needs to know that you stand strong.” ~ S. Richard
“Let the greatest among you become as the youngest, and the leader as one who serves.” ~ Luke 22:26
“Keep your faith in God, but keep your powder dry.” ~ Oliver Cromwell
“Communism is very much the political ways of the devil.” ~ S. Richard
“What we are seeing played out in our streets and communities is the culmination of a massive satanic attack on the west - make no mistake about it.” ~ S. Richard
“I believe in individual reform. Each of us needs to repent individually before we can repent collectively.” ~ Sebastien Richard
Episode 79: The Coronavirus: How Christians Should Deal with Pandemic Panic