Here’s what I’m learning about leadership lately: people follow honest leaders. I don’t just mean men and women who have integrity, but people who simply tell the truth without spin. They are willing to be honest to themselves, and about themselves. When we first started Calvary, I thought people wanted a perfect leader, or a leader who only made silly mistakes that were really of no consequence. But I’m learning that people desire an honest leader who has flaws and is willing to share them for the benefit of others. That’s the kind of leader I’m trying to be.