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Scripture References: 1 Kings 3:5-28 From Series: " 1&2 Kings"
At some point and in some area, God will call us into leadership and give us influence over others. It may look like parents leading children, coaches leading athletes, a boss who leads employees or a pastor leading a congregation. Join us on as we meditate on the passages, study the characters and reflect on the principles found in 1 & 2 Kings that can help us prepare for godly leadership.
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