Hello Beautiful People,
I had the privilege of being a guest on the God Hears Her Podcast hosted by Elisa Morgan and Eryn Eddy and brought to you by Our Daily Bread Ministries. You can learn more about the God Hears Her Podcast at https://www.godhearsher.org/podcast.
Episode #103 Truth in Leadership with Natasha Sistrunk Robinson: Most of us want leaders who are dependable, trustworthy, and honest. What do you value in a leader? How do you view leadership? In this episode of God Hears Her, guest Natasha Sistrunk Robinson confronts the topic of leadership and how one’s journey can be influenced by good or bad leadership. Join Natasha as she talks through leadership and the value of truth with hosts Elisa Morgan and Eryn Eddy. (Credit of episode description above given to the God Hears Her Podcast)
So, just speaking what, thus says the Lord. And a lot of times that’s just pointing people back to the Word, and so I think especially now in the last few years where we start renaming lies, right? We give… lies new names. And Christians have still gotten behind that type of behavior. And so, I think we need people to say, hey, truth telling is a spiritual discipline. It’s something that God requires of us.Natasha Sistrunk Robinson
In this episode, I have the opportunity to share some of my personal story including how my life was growing up and entering the Naval Academy. As part of the emphasis on leadership in this episode, I also share about my leadership development and coaching consulting business T3 Leadership Solutions, Inc. I share my heart and the importance of Tell The Truth (T3) in my own personal life. Throughout the episode I touch on the importance of us as Christians having a willingness to go, to step outside of our comfort zone and do what God has called us to do. We also unpack the cultural and class differences that can be seen in our society in the workplace, friends and family.
The Holy Spirit was poured out on Pentecost, but God is like, I told you to take the Word out. Right? And so, I think it’s very important that, particularly those of us in the west who are used to being stationary and have great comfort in that, that there’s a willingness for us to go and to understand that this world is not our home, and so we need to be always mindful and thinking, I think, for the kingdom that is and is to come, because I think that orients us into how we show up in this world.Natasha Sistrunk Robinson
If you would like to listen to the episode in its entirety you can do so at the following link: https://www.godhearsher.org/podcast/truth-in-leadership
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If you would like to learn more about Natasha’s leadership development organization T3 Leadership Solutions, Inc. you can do so at https://www.t3leadershipsolutions.com/