You can help equip leaders in hard-to-reach places
Thanks to you, Freedom to Lead International is able to impact some of the most under-resourced people of the world with leadership development.
Your financial gift will help set leaders free from dominant ways of learning. Literacy-based learning, for example, is appropriate for many people around the world, but it doesn’t have to be a prerequisite for everyone who aspires to be a competent Christ-centered leader. Neither does an academic or seminary degree. The beauty of FTL’s approach is that men and women are able to develop critical leadership competencies regardless of their learning style or level of education.
You gift will help set leaders free from cultural expectations that clash with the leadership model of Jesus. Leaders don’t need to belong to a privileged class or to buy into the success-driven fantasy in order to lead well. Women are able to learn how to be agents of influence in cultures that say they cannot take on traditional leadership roles. Socioeconomic conditions do not have to be barriers either. Power and position are no longer the exclusive tickets to leadership. Jesus’ example of leadership is the gold standard, and He challenges conventional leadership cultures the world over.
Your support will help set leaders free from personal experiences in the past that keep them from reaching their highest potential. Most leaders bear scars from personal pain. But these past experiences don’t have to hinder us from being effective leaders in the present and future. God’s healing grace is available to leaders who receive it.
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