Biblical Leadership

Joshua is one of the most important yet least understood characters of the Old Testament. It is as if he is the Holy Spirit’s chosen vessel to communicate principles of leadership. From the first mention of his name to the last – practically every mention of Joshua’s name has a principle for successful leadership attached to it.


I used to have the idea that God really didn’t care about or desire my success, and any attempt to study or learn success principles must have vanity as the motivating factor, so God wouldn’t bless that. But I have discovered that God is actually EAGER to help you be successful so long as your heart has the right motivation –


 2 Chronicles 16:9 (ESV) 9 For the eyes of the Lord run to and fro throughout the whole earth, to give strong support to those whose heart is blameless toward him.


As a matter of fact the only time in all the Bible that God says, “I WILL MAKE YOU SUCCESSFUL IF YOU DO THIS” is in the book of Joshua. Now, it doesn’t take a genius to know that if God Himself gives you a principle and guarantees that if you live out this principle you will be successful – that’s something that really ought to have your attention.
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The Power of Attitude


In Numbers 13 we are tracking the story of Moses leading the children of Israel to the edge of the land God had promised Abraham and his descendants. God commanded Moses to send spies into the land to scope out the challenges that lay before them.

In Numbers 13 we see the report they brought back after 40 days of investigation?

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How Should Christian’s View the Old Testament Law?

The Law of God is radically important for you as a Christian – There are 220 references to the Law of Moses in the New Testament that’s almost as many as there are in the OT. It’s practically impossible to understand the NT unless you have some grasp of the Law.


Missionally – the Law is said to be written on heart of every person you come in contact with. The law is the Evangelist’s best friend. Last week when Mark Witt preached – I hope you recognized how frequently be mentioned the 10 commandments. Why? That is the birthplace of conviction.

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Freedom from Idols

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Pastor Zach Terry is driven by a desire help people achieve their maximum life through Jesus Christ. He is known for his ability to teach complex ideas in simple terms with practical implications for daily life.

The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary selected him as the recipient of the Westminster John Knox Press Award for excellence in preaching and teaching the Christian scriptures. In 2016 he was honored as one of the Connect Faith’s, “Agents of Change”.

Pastor Zach is the author of, “Our Spiritual Battlefield” as well as a guest contributor for the Alabama Baptist Newspaper.

Since 2001 Zach has served as a Senior Pastor- first at the Lancaster Baptist Church in Central Kentucky, and currently at the Capshaw Baptist Church in North Alabama. Both churches experienced significant growth under his leadership.

A bent toward forward thinking motivates Pastor Zach to actively engage in a variety of social media platforms, which has taken his ministry to an audience far beyond his local impact. The Maximum Life Podcast can be heard around the world.

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