Leadership Audit Analysis 1

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LIBERTY UNIVERSITY LIDERSHIP AUDIT ANALYSIS I SUBMITTED TO DR. RICHARD G. HALCOMBE IN PARTIAL FULFILLMENT OF THE REQUIREMENTS FOR THE COMPLETION OF THE COURSE LEAD 510 — BIBLICAL FOUNDATIONS OF CHRISTIAN LEADERSHIP BY JOSE MIGUEL MERCEDES SAN PEDRO DE MACORIS, DOMINICAN REPUBLIC FEBRUARY 9th, 2014 TABLE OF CONTENTS INTRODUCTION 2 CHRISTIAN LEADER AUDIT 3 SERVANT LEADER AUDIT 4 CREDIBILITY AUDIT 5 SPIRITUAL GIFTS AUDIT 6 NATURAL GIFTS AUDIT 7 PASSION AUDIT 8 CHARACTER AUDIT 9 CONCLUSION 10 BIBLIOGRAPHY 11 INTRODUCTION When Jesus was on earth, He established by His own example that one of the characteristic that should be present in a good leader was this man or woman was a servant. As a servant, the leader is called to have a teachable spirit in order to become a good representative of his/her Master. In the case of Jesus, He is perfect. He didn’t have to improve any area of His life, but although He was perfect, chose to walk and live as a servant to set the parameters that anyone who holds a leadership position should look at. We, as Christian leaders, must improve different areas in our lives in order to become what God has called us to do in His work. A Christian leader also has a duty. “Christian leaders are servants with the credibility and capabilities to influence people in a particular context to pursue their God-given direction.” Credibility and capabilities do not grow on trees or can be purchased at the supermarket. They have to be developed. If we really want to influence others, and specifically lead people to do God’s will, we ought to purposely and diligently allow the Holy Spirit to work in our lives and mold it. One of the ways to accomplish this task is to be evaluated. The following assignment presents seven leadership audits (Christian leader, servant leader, credibility, spiritual gifts, natural gifts,

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