Kingdom 👑 Leadership Series | Episode 5: Humility 😌


The pitfalls of pride & false humility


Both Peter and James remind us in their respective epistles that “God resists the proud, But gives grace to the humble.”

This week, as we continue our Kingdom Leadership Series, we will talk about the necessity and the benefits of humility. We’ll also address the pitfalls of pride and false humility.

All great leaders in the Kingdom of God understood that without humility, there is no leadership in the Kingdom of God.

But what is humility? Is humility thinking you are just a little higher than cow dung? Hardly. And yet, many religious people would have you believe this.

The dictionary defines humility as: a modest or low view of one’s own importance.

Note how it doesn’t say a low view of one’s own capacity, or ability to contribute. 

The Merriam-Webster dictionary defines it as: freedom from pride or arrogance

I like that even more.

C.S. Lewis said: “True humility is not thinking less of yourself; it is thinking of yourself less.”

So, this week, we’ll teach you how to think of yourself less.

Hey… You’re welcome! 😉



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About the author, Sebastien

Sebastien Richard was born in Montreal, Canada, in 1974. He is happlily married, has three children (Jason, Marissa, and Katelyn), and now resides in Prince Edward Island (Canada). He is a sought-after Bible teacher, and speaker.

In 2015, God led him to found Thriving on Purpose (, a Faith-based organization where (along with his wife, Elisabeth) he provides Kingdom knowledge for today's believers, helping them to build up the Kingdom of God and tear down strongholds.

Aside from his next books, Sebastien is most active in producing impactful content for his weekly Facebook broadcasts.

When he's not busy with ministry, or courageously leading his family to further happiness and bliss, he enjoys masterminding with Elisabeth at breakfast time, family road trips, researching fringe theories, cryptozoology, geek culture, and movie nights with the kids while chowing down pizza.

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