Be known for what you are for, not against


“Seek to be known by what you are for, rather than what you are against.”

 W. Robert Cook, “Learning the Components of Biblical Leadership,” in Roberts, Randal. Ed. Lessons in Leadership:  Fifty Respected Evangelical Leaders Share Their Wisdom on Ministry. Grand Rapids, MI:  Kregel Publications, 1999.

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