Friday, October 22, 2010

Successful Leaders Move Beyond Barriers!

I am now in my 6th day in India teaching a group of remarkable people in the Northern territory of India.

From October 12th through the 15th I was in Delhi and I had an opportunity to see the history of the nation through many historical landmarks like forts, historical monuments and the number one wonder of the world--the Taj Mahal. What a rich reflection of heritage in some areas and such heart wrenching poverty in other parts of the country. As a leader I realized periodically it is good for me to go abroad to give myself to a people who can't give back to me. Living eleven days out of my own comfort zone to get a better appreciation for what life is really about helps me to understand a larger spectrum of issues in this world. Leaders, isn't this what we are really called to do instead of being at ease in Zion? Stay posted as I share more on the subject on this missionary journey. I have more days to go:)

Preparing for legacy,

Lady J


  1. Praying for God's hand upon all of your travels and that He would go before you in every way - appointing favor, opening divine opportunities for ministry and pouring out His peace!

  2. I love God's humor. We say we can't go there Lord and he says I"m not sending you alone. Sometimes I think we forget that God is with us always even outside of our comfort zone. Blessings to you and your family as you become the hands and feet of our father God.