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Perry Noble is the founding and senior pastor of NewSpring Church in Anderson, South Carolina. At just twelve years old, the church averages more than eighteen thousand people during weekend services at seven campuses throughout South Carolina.
- The only group that I’m going to talk today is the frustrated leader.
- Some of you are in situations where no one is paying attention to you. Where you’re being overlooked and nothing is happening for you.
- You need to be like David. David was ignored, but spent time honing the skill that he would become known for.
- There is no progress in ministry until you submit to the process that God sets before you.
- Anointing is not an excuse to not go through the process of leadership.
- Does Lebron James have to tell people that he’s talented at basketball? No, he doesn’t. Talented people let their talents speak for themselves.
- David worked for a leader (Saul) who didn’t understand what God was doing in the next generation.
- If you don’t understand a generation, that’s okay. I don’t either. But here’s the thing, you need to just let them go.
- 20-year-old guy to Perry in 2009: “Have you seen my Twitter?”
- Older folks don’t need to figure out how to reach the next generation. They’ll figure it out for themselves. We need to be there to support them where we can.
- The process of leadership includes good stewardship.
- God’s going to do something great with the next generation. We can either join it, or oppose it and get passed over.
- Frustrated people talk smack about their leader. It’s easy to do.
- Nobody understands you better than Jesus.
- The deepest wounds lead to empty tombs.
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