Leadership Matters
Leadership Matters
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This collection of three skits presents a biblical perspective on the subject of leadership.

In the first skit, "Follow the Leader," Joe, a contractor, is hired by the church to build a playground. He isn’t enjoying much cooperation from the task force who volunteered to help him because he is using “power” techniques to complete the project. He learns that there is another way to lead people, by “earning the right to be heard,” and thus gaining “authority” over them.

In the second skit, "The Dream Team," Joe would rather use his trusty four men to build the church playground than use the more than 20 volunteers who signed up to help, especially since half of them are women, and he wonders what good they could possibly be! His friend, Paul, explains to him that it takes all kinds of people to accomplish a task, and a team is more valuable than a precision task force when it comes to working in the “family of God.”

In the third skit, "The Three-strand Cord," Joe comes to the realization that God's way is the best way to accomplish any task. After reading Ecclesiastes, he begins to understand that God is the third cord in the "three-strand cord that is not easily broken."

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Dramatic Category Skits On A Theme
Scripture Proverbs 29:18
Topic Godly leadership
Audience Youth, adult, and family
Cast 2 men
Time 15 minutes
Features .
A look at the clash between worldly and godly leadership styles
Presents three skits on the theme of biblical leadership
Excellent for a sermon on power, authority, teamwork, "the Body of Christ," vision, or stewardship