A Leadership Journey

The changing times in which we are living requires a different kind of leader.

Leadership should not be characterized by charisma without character, pursuing power while dealing poorly with people, and making decisions on what is trending versus what is truthful and wise. In the current vacuum of godly leadership, Jesus is looking for men and women who are willing to be shaped around the following:

  • Godly character highlighted by genuine humility, wholeness of heart and fearless obedience.
  • The ways of God that inform one’s decisions for their lives, families, and leadership.
  • Relationships marked by laying down one’s life, teaming well, and honoring one another.
  • Seasoned wisdom from the Scriptures and following the lead of the Holy Spirit.
  • A Kingdom mission that brings forth fruit of real transformation in lives, families, and society.

A Leadership Journey (ALJ) is for leaders willing to be formed further into the image of Jesus so they can more effectively co-mission with Him to advance His Kingdom and better and bless the lives of the people that they influence. This leadership intensive involves in-person and remote learning and coaching calls. Participants walk away with a completed personal storyline and a disciple making strategy.

ALJ Focal Points

  • A Leader’s Walk With God

  • Knowing God’s Character

  • Walking in the Ways of God

  • Healthy Living and Leading

  • Building Margin in Your Life

  • Freedom from Stuck Places

  • The Pacing of Jesus

  • Redefining Success

  • Process of Transformation

  • Bible-Centered Leadership

  • Following the Spirit’s Lead

  • Teaming Personalities

  • Power, Authority, Warfare

  • Leading Out of Relationship

  • Following the Spirit’s Lead

  • Teaming Personalities

  • Power, Authority, Warfare

  • Leading Out of Relationship

  • Compass For Finishing Well

  • Discovering Your Storyline

  • Making Disciple Makers

  • Vocational Disciple Making

To learn more about A Leadership Journey, email info@lionshare.org