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If you had the opportunity to write a letter to our next President and you knew it would show up on his desk in the Oval Office . . . what would you say? What advice would you offer? What changes would you suggest? What if God were to write a letter to our next President? What do you think he would say?

In this 3-part series, Andy Stanley extracts three extraordinary leadership principles from the stories of three ancient political leaders: a Babylonian king, a Judean governor, and an Egyptian pharaoh. As you listen, you will discover that these leadership lessons are not just applicable to those who hold public office, but to leaders everywhere. Whether your leadership context is home, business, team, or classroom, these three principles will help you maximize your leadership potential. DOWNLOAD ONLY

Part 1 - Heaven Rules (Andy Stanley)

In this first message, Andy Stanley takes us back to the epicenter of ancient civilizationthe Babylonian Empire. The year is 580 BC. King Nebuchadnezzar is at the height of his glory and power. But unbeknownst to him, the Most High God is about to teach him a lesson in leadership he will never forget! Daniel 4:37

Part 2 - Beyond Approval Ratings (Andy Stanley)

In part two of Letters To The Next President, Andy Stanley takes us back to the year 444 BC. We are introduced to a Judean governor who is faced with the task of fixing a sagging economy and reestablishing national security. As the story unfolds, it becomes apparent that it will take more than a title to bring about change. He will need influence that is not rooted in title or position, but in something much more significant. Nehemiah 5:6-19

Part 3 - Once Upon a Time in the Middle East (Andy Stanley)

Andy Stanley introduces us to an ancient head of state who is forced to respond to circumstances that have the potential to wreck his nations economy. The situation calls for drastic measuresthe kind that could cause him to lose public support and possibly his title. His choices are clear. He can try to please his people, or he can lead them. Fortunately, someone comes along with a plan that gives this pharaoh the courage to lead. Genesis 41:56-57, Genesis 47

If you had the opportunity to write a letter to our next President and you knew it would show up on his desk in the Oval Office . . . what would you say? What advice would you offer? What changes would you suggest? What if God were to write a letter to our next President? What do you think he would say?

In this 3-part series, Andy Stanley extracts three extraordinary leadership principles from the stories of three ancient political leaders: a Babylonian king, a Judean governor, and an Egyptian pharaoh. As you listen, you will discover that these leadership lessons are not just applicable to those who hold public office, but to leaders everywhere. Whether your leadership context is home, business, team, or classroom, these three principles will help you maximize your leadership potential. DOWNLOAD ONLY

Part 1 - Heaven Rules (Andy Stanley)

In this first message, Andy Stanley takes us back to the epicenter of ancient civilizationthe Babylonian Empire. The year is 580 BC. King Nebuchadnezzar is at the height of his glory and power. But unbeknownst to him, the Most High God is about to teach him a lesson in leadership he will never forget! Daniel 4:37

Part 2 - Beyond Approval Ratings (Andy Stanley)

In part two of Letters To The Next President, Andy Stanley takes us back to the year 444 BC. We are introduced to a Judean governor who is faced with the task of fixing a sagging economy and reestablishing national security. As the story unfolds, it becomes apparent that it will take more than a title to bring about change. He will need influence that is not rooted in title or position, but in something much more significant. Nehemiah 5:6-19

Part 3 - Once Upon a Time in the Middle East (Andy Stanley)

Andy Stanley introduces us to an ancient head of state who is forced to respond to circumstances that have the potential to wreck his nations economy. The situation calls for drastic measuresthe kind that could cause him to lose public support and possibly his title. His choices are clear. He can try to please his people, or he can lead them. Fortunately, someone comes along with a plan that gives this pharaoh the courage to lead. Genesis 41:56-57, Genesis 47