This thought must be considered in light of a few questions.
What are we doing about the present condition of leadership? What are we doing about the future of leadership? What are we doing to implement the development of biblical leaders?
We need to give consideration to all possibilities. We must, however, take the answers seriously.
Challenges face every move to improve the situation. Efforts to make a difference are viewed with skepticism toward liberal tendencies.
Doing the right thing in leadership has been squashed under the guise of liberalism for so long, growth has been limited, if not completely eliminated.
Enthusiasm to learn and implement something new or different is sequestered off in the halls of youth and familiarity; “they will eventually learn how things are done around here.”
What are we doing to change eternity, if the only thing we are doing is exactly what we have done for the past 50 years?
This is not implying change for the sake of change. At some point, however, we need to recognize where we are, where we are going, and what we must do to get there.