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The Character Crisis

Leaders fail because of sin, fatigue, and friends' not holding them accountable.

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Introduction

I. Theologically, leaders are sinners from birth

II. Psychologically, leaders get weary

III. Relationally, leaders have been failed by friends

Conclusion

Bill Hybels is pastor of Willow Creek Community Church in South Barrington, Illinois, and creator of the Global Leadership Summit.

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