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Resilience in a (Permanent) Crisis: Practices for Christian Leaders
As the pandemic and its implications drag on, it’s easy for us to feel dragged down. The demands of leadership in this season can feel overwhelming and exhausting. How can we maintain the strength and wisdom to lead? And how can we use the unique challenges we face, not simply to keep our organizations afloat, but to lead them into new experiences of adaptive change?
Leadership Exhaustion and a Spirit of Adventure
“You know that the antidote to exhaustion is not necessarily rest?” “The antidote to exhaustion is not necessarily rest,” I repeated woodenly, as if…
God and Work: Resources from the De Pree Center
Are you looking for resources to help you make connections between God and your work? Do you want to experience the difference God makes…
Life in Lockdown Devotional Series
During the coronavirus pandemic, millions upon millions of people are living in virtual lockdown. What can we learn about ourselves during this time? What…
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Finding Our Bearings in a Crashing Economy
At the De Pree Center, we exist to help marketplace leaders integrate their faith and work. For most of us, integrating our faith and work looks drastically different than it did just a month ago. A global pandemic and crashing economy rightly catalyze urgent questions about our businesses, our leadership, and our livelihoods.
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