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  • Moses' Mighty Men Series

    Contributed by Bob Marcaurelle on Mar 16, 2016
     | 6,267 views

    Message 15 shows Jethro's advice to Mose about his administration as a warning to pastors who try to do too much, without delegating some of the work to others,, especially lay church leaders

    15 MOSES’ MIGHTY MEN Exodus 18 D. The Steps to Sinai 3. The Management Problem There was a certain pastor who disappeared every Friday afternoon around four o’clock. He would get in his car, drive off, and come back in about an ...read more

  • Jethro's Story Series

    Contributed by Michael Mccartney on Jun 16, 2017
     | 10,280 views

    Extraordinary is defined as very unusual or remarkable – not ordinary or normal! Yes, the opposite of extraordinary is normal! We were created by God to live and do extraordinary things in our lives with His power and presence. Do you want to be normal or

    Video Transition: Men of courage! Series: Extraordinary Men of Faith Thesis of Series: Extraordinary is defined as very unusual or remarkable – not ordinary or normal! Yes, the opposite of extraordinary is normal! We were created by God to live and do extraordinary things in our lives with His ...read more

  • Learning From Jethro Series

    Contributed by Paul Clemente on Jul 9, 2018
     | 3,437 views

    Jethro, already a priest, was excited to hear about the work of God!

    Remember when Moses was banished from Egypt and into the desert? Moses found a water well and his future wife Zipporah in Midian. Jethro was the Priest in Midian and became father-in-law of Moses. In the Book of Exodus, we have been following Moses leading the Hebrews out of Egypt. Today, our focus ...read more

  • Why Leadership = Overload Series

    Contributed by Scott Chambers on Apr 9, 2013
     | 4,253 views

    This is the tenth message in a series over the life of Moses that shows being God's man is never easy. This examines how leaders can easily become overloaded.

    Dave Stone in His book, “Keeping Your Head Above Water” provides the following insight into leadership overload. “It is possible to spread yourself so thin that within the church you are mediocre in four or five areas instead of excellent in one or two.” This is a common ...read more

  • The Learning Curve

    Contributed by Daren Mitchell on May 22, 2012
     | 3,847 views

    What we learn from the story of Jethro and Moses

    The learning curve Exodus 18 What we learn from the story of Jethro and Moses Jethro is Moses’ father-in-law. And he makes a visit to Moses with the intent of giving his son-in-law some advice. Now, I don’t know about you, but, sometimes I have difficulty receiving advice from my ...read more

  • “the Christian And Politics”

    Contributed by Andy Grossman on Mar 5, 2016
     | 3,608 views

    The kind of government we need

    “The Christian and Politics” March 6, 2016 Exodus 18:13-26 “13 The next day Moses sat as usual to hear the people’s complaints against each other, from morning to evening. 14 When Moses’ father-in-law saw how much time this was taking, he said, “Why are you ...read more

  • Learning How To Solve A Problem Lesson 14 Series

    Contributed by Elmer Towns on Mar 28, 2017
     | 3,689 views

    How to solve a problem

    A. WHAT CAN WE LEARN ABOUT FAMILY RELATIONSHIPS? 1. Your role to protect the family. “After he (Moses) had sent her (his wife) back” (Ex. 18:2). a. Physical protection. b. Provide for necessities. c. Provide for spiritual matters. 2. Respect the family. “Moses went ...read more

  • Taking Advice; Sharing The Load Series

    Contributed by David Owens on Aug 8, 2011
    based on 4 ratings
     | 7,082 views

    Exodus 18 provides a wonderful example of Moses taking advice and learning to share the work load.

    Introduction: A. Standing on the tee of a relatively long par three, a confident golfer said to his caddy, “Looks like a four-wood and a putt to me.” 1. The caddy disagreed with him a bit and advised that he, instead, play it safe and hit a four-iron then a wedge. 2. The golfer was ...read more

  • Enlarging The Possibility - Part 18 Series

    Contributed by Dan Carroll on Jul 28, 2011
    based on 1 rating
     | 4,674 views

    This sermon expresses the importance of sharing the load in ministry and delegating to qualified individuals for God's glory.

    INTRODUCTION • As a leader one of the most difficult things to do is delegate to others. • Some will accuse you of control issues. • Others will complain about who you delegate to and how they perform. • But at the end of the day sharing ministry is crucial for all of ...read more

  • Freedom To Work And Work In Freedom Series

    Contributed by Victor Yap on Mar 5, 2004
    based on 33 ratings
     | 5,856 views

    Moses, Pt 7 of 15

    FREEDOM TO WORK AND WORK IN FREEDOM (EX 18) Charles Schulz, the cartoonist of the Peanuts, in his book “I Take My Religion Seriously” (p. 56) drew a strip of a boy wearing a long coat that has pins and brooches cluttering the right side of the coat. He explained his awards to an admirer who was ...read more

  • Spiritual Leadership: The Jethro Principle Series

    Contributed by Brad Beaman on May 12, 2022
     | 126 views

    Jethro gave Moses such helpful advice that not only did Moses apply this, he wrote it in Scripture. He must have been aware that this was a leadership principle that would help spiritual leaders in every generation that follows him. There would come different circumstances but timeless principles.

    I had just finished the book summary, The E-Myth Revisited by Michael Gerber. Right away I could see the application of this book. Not for me, I saw that my son-in-law was working long hours and here in this book were principles for the entrepreneur that could help him rise up new employees that he ...read more

  • The Great Teacher Learns Series

    Contributed by Ed Vasicek on Apr 30, 2007
    based on 4 ratings
     | 3,144 views

    If we are secure in our walk with God, we are free to consider potentially positive changes.

    The Great Teacher Learns (Exodus 18) 1. This coming week is teacher’s appreciation week. 2. The number of all teachers in the United States is 6.2 million, and that does not include home-schooling parents! About 71% are female. 3. One of the greatest legends in teaching was a 17th ...read more

  • Freedom To Work And Work In Freedom Series

    Contributed by Victor Yap on Dec 19, 2007
     | 2,650 views

    Moses, Pt. 7

    FREEDOM TO WORK AND WORK IN FREEDOM (EXODUS 18) Charles Schulz, the artist behind the comic strip Peanuts, in his book “I Take My Religion Seriously,” (p. 56) drew a strip of a boy wearing a long coat with pins and brooches cluttering the right side of the coat explaining his awards to an admirer ...read more

  • Take It To The Limit - Time Series

    Contributed by Tim Hedberg on Feb 11, 2008
     | 4,000 views

    Spreading yourself to thin.

    Take It To The Limit - Time Exodus 18:1-27 January 27, 2008 Last week we begin a series of talks that I’m calling - "Take it to the Limit." The idea behind these 3 talks is that each of us has limits. You and I have boundaries. Fences Borders Lines of demarcation When it comes to ...read more

  • Exodus 18 - Who Do I Allow To Speak Into My Life? Series

    Contributed by Ross Cochrane on Dec 28, 2009
    based on 24 ratings
     | 11,653 views

    I need to be careful as to who I allow to speak into my life. You can’t just seek to please all the people all the time, but Moses didn’t shy away from Jethro’s counsel.

    Exodus 18 - Who do I allow to speak into my life? Every leader needs help. No leader is truly a leader without teammates. Moses was good but not that good. He had great insight because he had sense enough to seek God. Jethro was also a good leader. He saw straight away what the problem was. ...read more