During his adult life, Uli Chi has lived and worked in the intersection between business, the academy and the church. He has had the privilege of serving as past Board Chair of Regent College in Vancouver, BC, as current Vice Chair of the Board of the Max De Pree Leadership Center at Fuller Seminary, and as current Chair of the Executive Committee of the Center for Integrity in Business at Seattle Pacific University. He has also been involved in all aspects of local church leadership, including as a member of the adult ministries team’s teaching faculty at John Knox Presbyterian Church in Seattle.
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Leadership Wisdom – Humility and Relational Hospitality
As leaders, it’s easy to forget the effect our position has on others.Read Post
Leadership Wisdom – Connection and Belonging
In the end, leadership is about relationships.Read Post
Leadership Wisdom – Solidarity with the Poor
It’s easy to forget that all of us live lives rooted in gift.Read Post
Leadership Wisdom – The Upward Spiral of Thanksgiving
Gift is the wellspring of our gratitude.Read Post
At the center of things is gift.
It is sacrilege to turn gift into obligation.
Leadership Wisdom – Reward
What does reward have to do with love?Read Post
Leadership Wisdom – Divine Encryption
If God cares so much for us, why do we so often experience God’s hiddenness?Read Post
Leadership Wisdom – Divine Disclosure
Does God have feelings for us? If so, what kind of feelings might they be?Read Post
Work, Rest, and Play
My mother’s family was from northern Germany. And I spent some of my childhood in the city of Hamburg located in the northernmost part of the country.Read Post
Leadership Wisdom – How Can We Love Our Enemies? (Part 2)
Given how difficult it is to love our enemies, what are some practical tips that help us get started?Read Post
Leadership Wisdom – Why Should We Love Our Enemies? (Part 1)
Jesus tells us to love our neighbor/enemy because we are made in the image of God. Why else might Jesus have told us to do so?Read Post
Leadership Wisdom – How Can We Love Our Enemies?
Jesus may want us to love our enemies, but how can we do that when they arouse in us feelings of fear, anger, and even hatred?Read Post
Leadership Wisdom – Why Should We Love Our Enemies?
Why does Jesus command us to love our enemies? Today, why would Jesus ask us to, say, love a racist?Read Post