Rod Denton Induction at Elizabeth Church of Christ_2012

Rod Denton has served as a pastor and is a teacher in the development of emerging leaders in Australia and 9 different countries across Asia with Asian Access. He currently serves as a consultant for Rod Denton: Equipping The Next Generation.

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Christian Living, Discipleship, Evangelism, Leadership, Mentoring, Mission

SELF-LEADERSHIP….before we can conquer the world, we must first conquer the self

The most difficult person we will ever have to lead is ourselves. So important is Self-Leadership that the Bible mentions the word self-control 174 times and the word discipline 169 times. (Deb Preston, Self-Control in the Bible) The apostle Paul tells of the high priority he placed on Self-Leadership in his first letter to the Corinthians where he writes, “Do you not know that in a race all the runners run, but only one receives…
Christian Living, Discipleship, Leadership, Mentoring, Mission

WORDS THAT HAVE SHAPED MY LIFE (103) “INSIGHT”

One of the most important qualities I have endeavoured to develop is the quality of insight. It is a characteristic that is usually found in people with the gift of leadership and helps them see things and take action before others do. Insight is a critical quality that can be defined as perspective, intuition, vision and discernment. However, insight can be compromised by logic, fear, legalism and traditions. There is no better example of a…
Christian Living, Discipleship, Evangelism, Leadership, Mentoring, Mission

WORDS THAT HAVE SHAPED MY LIFE (41 – 50)

                                                          (41)  “GOD DOESN’T MAKE JUNK”  I will never forget the letter I received from a lady who had met with me to discuss her concerns about her son. She wrote: “I came to see you about my son but somehow you sensed I needed help. You…