Whose Ladder?

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I had a great time on the Ailbe Podcast with Rusty Rabon.

Rusty quotes a section from the chapter “The Wrong Ladder” in my book Shepherd Leadership: The Metrics That Really Matter: 

God frequently picks people we would consider the least qualified. He sometimes has one in an unglamorous position for years, and sometimes He catapults somebody immediately to the top. Sometimes God will keep His hand-selected individual in a prominent leadership position until death, and sometimes He will remove that person to a place of obscurity after only a short time. God’s ladder of success is nothing like ours! 

We discuss the American cultural ladder and how that may or may not square with what we read on the pages of the Bible. I use the example from the life of Philip to make my point that we would be wise to not try to set up our own ladder of success. 

 I’ll be sharing more clips from this interview soon, so please stay tuned. Shepherd Leadership: The Metrics That Really Matter is now available in print or ebook, and in audiobook through either Audible or Apple. 

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2 Responses to “Whose Ladder?”

  1. SHARAT BABU Says:

    Dear Brother Thank you so much for your Spiritfilled Teachings and we are Strengthening and Sharing with our Congregations in India, Please share more. in JESUS LOVE. Pastor Babu and Sara and Teams. http://www.suvarthavani.org Suvartha Vani Means The Voice of Gospel. INDIA.

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  2. Soul Watchers | Craig T. Owens Says:

    […] T.M. Moore wrote one of the endorsements for my book Shepherd Leadership: The Metrics That Really Matter, and I recently appeared as a guest on his Ailbe Podcast. […]

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