The idea of teamwork involves viewing the workplace as single units made of people who have are guided by the same mission and vision of working (Northouse 2018, p.367). The Bible is highly vocal about the concept of teamwork in the worldview. In the Scripture, Proverbs 27:17 states that, “Iron sharpeneth iron; so man sharpeneth the countenance of his friend.” In this regard, the Bible implies that people are supposed to complement each other in both their strengths and weaknesses (Pierce, Groothui & Fee, 2015). In teamwork, players act as a union and assume each other’s successes and failures as one’s own. The failure of a person in a group in an organizational setting means that the team has failed as a whole. On the other hand, there is universal success among members of a team in the organizational setting. The theory of teamwork in leadership is greatly in line with the Biblical worldview of the real-life situations (Diggins, 2013).