This book describes how leadership skills emerge from our immediate environment, professional career, church and more. A leader that God builds must understand it will not be an easy process and should not expect to walk into glory without many troubles. That is, walking through fire. God had destined man to lead, and even after the fall of man, God didn’t remove the honor of leading from man. The call to leadership entails going through a forging process. Forging through pain produces reward, which comes with acceptability and trust in oneself in the Journey.
In the absence of bending to a leadership process, consistency and virtue may not be crucial because character and integrity prompt leadership. If you don’t have character and integrity, you haven’t started leading because character and integrity will show you the excellent work of leadership. Among other qualities, leaders should exude influence; leaders should have the charisma to influence people connected to them. What makes you a leader is the character, and the integrity of God forged inside you. Unfortunately, character is a barrier to some people’s life not to work with God’s principles. This book contains lots and more for your leadership formation.