Men’s Forum Fall Kickoff and BBQ

Men’s Forum kicks off our next season!

Sept 4th • 6:15pm


Food and Fellowship for Men of All Ages.

Please join us for an end of Summer BBQ.  Brats and marinated chicken sandwiches on the grill, with a fresh harvest of tomatoes and corn.

Primarily it will be a fellowship time.  A time to check in and see how we are doing and hang out together. We will also share with the men a season schedule for Men’s Ministries.

We are following the theme that we kicked off on May 1st with Dr. Jim Singleton.   You may recall that his theme was: “Becoming a better leader in today’s post Christian World: At work, in the church; and in the family.” Jim did a great job of setting the stage for the next few talks. Our current thinking is that we want to invest in a few sessions of being a Christian Leader at Work; in business or in academia or medicine.

With this in mind, our shorter talk on September 4thwill be to leverage the same book – Incarnate Leadership — written by Bill Robinson.  We will discuss the 5 leadership lessons from the life of Jesus, and compare and contrast the leadership lessons written to two of the most famous and widely used leadership books used by corporations and organizations today:

Incarnate Leadership: 5 Leadership Lessons from the life of Jesus

Written by Bill Robinson, based around the concept of incarnation from John 1:14:  “The Word became flesh and made his dwelling among us. We have seen his glory, the glory of the one and only Son, who came from the Father, full of grace and truth.”


Good to Great:

Jim Collins famous 1982 Book identifies the key factors that helped companies transition from being good companies to being great ones. He defines Level 5 Corporate Leadership; over 5M books sold.


The Ideal Team Player: How to Recognize and Cultivate the Three Essential Virtues

Patrick Lencioni’s 2016 book is the ‘new book’ on leadership.


Is it possible that the best corporate leadership books leverage our Lord and Savior as the ‘role model? Hopefully we will have some fun comparing the books and their approaches, discussing the topic and perhaps bridge the gap between Corporate Leadership and Incarnate Leadership.



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