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Can You Be Authentic and a Leader?

Submitted by James Higginbotham on September 2, 2009 – 4:20 amNo Comment

Rindy Walton posed this question to her readers:

 Authenticity is an important value when speaking of church leaders. We want leaders to be real, open, honest and genuine. We want leaders to share their questions, their struggles and their stories. We can relate to a leader who has ‘been where we’ve been’. Authenticity fuels connection and relevance. But is that what we really want? Are leaders really ‘allowed’ to be authentic and what happens when they’re not?

What do you think? Can you be a leader in a church and be authentic at the same time? What if it involves an addiction?

Read the full article, including her examples and tell her what you think

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