"True leadership starts with a purpose, not a plan." In many ways this statement sums up Albert Mohler's excellent book on leadership: The Conviction to Lead. Leadership has to do with conviction. As he writes: "Congregations and Christian institutions need effective leaders who are authentically Christian -- whose leadership flows out of their Christian commitment."
When you think of the unsaved millions in the world -- how do you think about them? I'm thinking about non-Christians. They might be co-workers, friends, neighbours, and/or family members. How do you think about them? It matters how you think of them. It really does. I like to explain what I mean. I like to suggest a nuance that might bring about a shift in your thinking. And if your thinking changes, perhaps this might change how you live.