As soon as Nehemiah and his crew began to rebuild the walls of Jerusalem, opposition and criticism broke out and constantly bombarded them from all sides. Yet through Nehemiah's response, we discover how a leader should handle the inevitable and unavoidable criticism that comes from the outside. Nehemiah's example teaches us that it is possible not only to stay at our task regardless of the opposition but also to do it in a way that deepens our walk with God. Criticism may knock us down, but it doesn't have to knock us out!
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Hand Me Another Brick: Timeless Lessons on Leadership.
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