Nabeel was a Muslim who converted after years of back and forth with a college friend, David Wood, who had been an atheist. Throughout the book, I learned about fundamental Islam, highlighting here and there. That's not what caught my attention, though, as I read. It's the apologetics and evangelism lesson I saw in his interactions with his friend. From here on out I'll add excerpts from the book and occasionally my 2 or 3 cents.
It would be nice if leadership followed a formula. There would be more consistency across an organization. 1+1=2, if they do this, do that in response, and this will be the result. It's not a formula. Leadership is an art, and everyone has their style.
Our doing for God can only come from being with God.
Do you feel entitled to something? Does someone owe you something? What about God? Does He owe you something because you've been good?