1. Mark 1:11 – A voice came from heaven: “You are My beloved Son; I take delight in you.


  1. Mark 1:17 – “Follow Me,” Jesus told them, “and I will make you fish for people.”


  1. Mark 1:22 – They were astonished at His teaching, because, unlike the scribes, He was teaching them as one having authority.


  1. Mark 1:31 – He went to her, took her by the hand, and raised her up. The fever left her, and she began to serve them.


  1. Mark 1:35 – Very early in the morning, while it was still dark, He got up, went out, and made His way to a deserted place. And He was praying there.


  1. Mark 2:5 – Seeing their faith, Jesus told the paralytic, “Son, your sins are forgiven.”


  1. Mark 2:14 – He said to him, “Follow Me!” So he got up and followed Him.


  1. Mark 2:15 – While He was reclining at the table in Levi’s house…


Discussion Questions

  1. Briner and Prichard assert that the leadership lessons of Jesus are the most important that we can learn. Why do you think this is so?


  1. Most every pastor I know will acknowledge a call on their life by God. Do you believe that all who accept Jesus as Lord and savior are called?


  1. If you do, how will you recognize your call?


  1. Where does authority come from?


  1. What is one way a leader might take care of their people?


  1. What is one element of daily practice that might be important to you as a leader?


  1. It is said that death and taxes are inevitable. I would add to that change. How do you help to make yourself and those you lead ready for change whenever it comes?


  1. What kinds of people are important for a leader to have on their team?


  1. What kinds of things can bond a team together, produce cohesion?
  August 2020  
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