In the same way that we’re all called to teach each other (Col ) there are some who are gifted in a particular way to teach others.
Similarly while all Christians are leaders in a small way, there are some who have the particular gift of leadership. So it is important that when we talk about Christian Leadership that we never loose sight of both words. Leaders who are Christian in name only will lead people to hell.
On the other hand I know of great godly men and women who love the Lord Jesus but they couldn’t teach a dog how to sit. They are lovely men and women, but are not gifted teachers.
Orthodox Christian-influenced movements in Romania, such as the Iron Guard and Lăncieri, which have been characterized by Yad Vashem and Stanley G.
Payne as anti-semitic and fascist, respectively, were involved in the Bucharest pogrom, and in political murders during the 1930s.
They have not been convicted of the charges listed and are presumed innocent.
The charges listed were current as of the time the photo was taken.
They are the words Wow that’s pretty earth shattering isn’t it?
Anyway the problem with most people is they ignore one or the other. He is not just a leader but he is a CHRISTIAN leader.
So what then is important in understanding Christian leadership?
I want to suggest there are two very simple but equally important words.
And I don’t simply mean that he happens to be a Christian.
I mean that his leadership is ‘shaped’ and ‘directed’ by godliness and by the gospel. So what distinguishes a Christian leader from others?
He is a mobilizer of others and galvanize people to do things.