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  • The sole reason to serve as a Christian is Jesus, yet He is easily lost in the various activities that consume our days.

  • Idealism may get us into the fray, but it is the loss of all we cherish that begins to form in us a heart capable of leading others reluctantly and humbly.

    Heart   Humility   Loss  
    Dan B. Allender (2011). “Leading with a Limp: Take Full Advantage of Your Most Powerful Weakness”, p.133, WaterBrook
  • Buzyness, however, is moral laziness because it involves refusing to live with courage and intentionality.

    Dan B. Allender (2011). “Leading with a Limp: Take Full Advantage of Your Most Powerful Weakness”, p.129, WaterBrook
  • If we want to create a different future, we must have the courage to look at the past.

    Past   Different   Looks  
  • Grace. Loss. Fortune. Hardship. Victory. Sometimes the worst seat is best seat in the house and it comes as a result of leading.

    Loss   House   Grace  
    Dan B. Allender (2011). “Leading with a Limp: Take Full Advantage of Your Most Powerful Weakness”, p.2, WaterBrook
  • Most people want to grow, but the price of growth is pain.

  • Every addiction is an attempt to slay hope.

  • A reluctant leader is highly suspicious of people who work to accumulate and hoard power.

    Power   People   Leader  
    Dan B. Allender (2011). “Leading with a Limp: Take Full Advantage of Your Most Powerful Weakness”, p.19, WaterBrook
  • Reconciliation is not to be withheld when repentance—that is, deep, heart‐changing acknowledgement of sin and a radical redirection of life—takes place in the one being rebuked. Nor is reconciliation to be extended to someone who has not repented.

    Heart   Sin   Repentance  
    Dan B. Allender, Tremper Longman (1992). “Bold love”, NavPress Publishing Group
  • The more we walk the path first while becoming last and least in our organizations, the more we become like the Alpha and Omega whom we long to serve.

    Dan B. Allender (2011). “Leading with a Limp: Take Full Advantage of Your Most Powerful Weakness”, p.185, WaterBrook
  • A leader - whether in the home, church, business, community, or government - has authority due to her role, but her positional power will not bring about good for individuals or organizations unless it is backed up by the capital of character.

  • Courage never takes away fear; courage simply redistributes fear to get the job done.

    Courage   Jobs   Done  
    Dan B. Allender (2011). “Leading with a Limp: Take Full Advantage of Your Most Powerful Weakness”, p.77, WaterBrook
  • So take seriously the story that God has given you to live. It’s time to read your own life, because your story is the one that could set us all ablaze.

    Life   God   Reading  
    Dan B. Allender (2009). “To Be Told: Know Your Story, Shape Your Future”, p.5, WaterBrook
  • The more you openly name your struggles, the less people can use your silence as a back door to blackmail you, to sabotage your leadership, or to subvert relationships within the organization.

    Struggle   Doors   Names  
    Dan B. Allender (2011). “Leading with a Limp: Take Full Advantage of Your Most Powerful Weakness”, p.172, WaterBrook
  • Every marriage moves either toward enhancing one another’s glory or toward degrading each other.

  • In order to reclaim the joy and passion of leadership, we must walk the valley of the shadow of death and name the cost of leadership.

    Dan B. Allender (2011). “Leading with a Limp: Take Full Advantage of Your Most Powerful Weakness”, p.28, WaterBrook
  • What originally led us to serve others by leading them seldom remains our North Star.

  • Elizabeth Turnage is a woman of grit and grace who lives into the stories of those who join her in this odd journey of seeking God. She honors the complexity of life without ever losing sight of the simple glory of the cross. Her grasp of the mundane and miraculous and their interplay gives a depth and honesty to her story that tugs at the heart and gives us hope our story can matter. Her book will be a clarion call to bring our broken, holy, troubled, and glorious life to the author of all stories: Jesus.

    Jesus   Honesty   Book  
  • To experience brokenness and humiliation all you have to do is lead.

    Dan B. Allender (2011). “Leading with a Limp: Take Full Advantage of Your Most Powerful Weakness”, p.70, WaterBrook
  • It is God's design to use reluctant servants to usher in glory.

    Design   Religion   Use  
  • If you are a leader, it is not possible to be at peace with all and friends with everyone.

    Leader   Challenges   Ifs  
    Dan B. Allender (2011). “Leading with a Limp: Take Full Advantage of Your Most Powerful Weakness”, p.172, WaterBrook
  • The desire for beauty, the hunger for union, the passion to be part of something greater than self, all arise out of our bent to worship.

    Passion   Self   Desire  
    Dan B. Allender, Tremper Longman (1992). “Bold love”, NavPress Publishing Group
  • Life is war, and marriage provides us with a close and intimate ally with whom we may wage this war. The battle requires bold love, forgiveness, confrontation, and repentance.

    War   Battle   Allies  
  • The cost for the recipient of God’s grace is nothing, and no price could be higher for arrogant people to pay.

    People   Grace   Cost  
    Dan B. Allender, Tremper Longman (1992). “Bold love”, NavPress Publishing Group
  • Stories don't give answers, but they do offer perspective.

  • If you lead, you will eventually serve with Judas or Peter.

    Politics   Peter   Judas  
    Dan B. Allender (2011). “Leading with a Limp: Take Full Advantage of Your Most Powerful Weakness”, p.31, WaterBrook
  • Christ never intended to cover up the dark side of life, but rather to illuminate a path through it.

    Dark   Cover Ups   Path  
    Dan B. Allender, Tremper Longman (1992). “Bold love”, NavPress Publishing Group
  • One of the best sources of perspective is enemies. If we can learn from them, then we can profit from anyone.

    Dan B. Allender (2011). “Leading with a Limp: Take Full Advantage of Your Most Powerful Weakness”, p.89, WaterBrook
  • Bold love is courageously setting aside our personal agenda to move humbly into the world of others with their well-being in view, willing to risk further pain in our souls, in order to be an aroma of life to some and an aroma of death to others.

    Pain   Moving   Love Is  
    Dan B. Allender, Tremper Longman (1992). “Bold love”, NavPress Publishing Group
  • The work of restoration cannot begin until a problem is fully faced.

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