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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In Jesus’s Name
As followers of Jesus, we need to thoughtfully reflect God’s mission and character in our everyday work.Read Post
Strengthening Our Core
How we develop or neglect them profoundly affects our life and leadership.Read Post
Leadership Wisdom – Becoming Peacemakers
How can the church, which is composed of people from “every tribe and tongue and people and nation,” behave differently?Read Post
Leadership Wisdom – Who You See is Who You’ll Be
What does it mean that the pure in heart will “see God”?Read Post
Leadership Wisdom – Breaking the Cycle
Legitimate moral outrage is easy to foster and enflame. Acting with mercy in light of a world full of injustice is infinitely harder.Read Post
Leadership Wisdom – Hunger and Thirst
Our longing for right relationships (“righteousness”) is fulfilled in the practices of our lives, much like our physical hunger and thirst are fulfilled by eating and drinking.Read Post
Leadership Wisdom – The Dominion of the Meek
Jesus challenges us to a steely commitment to his way of life that is matched with a gentleness in the way we relate to others.Read Post
Leadership Wisdom – Mourning and Restoring What Was Lost
Those who mourn the great loss of humanity’s original potential are promised comfort of several kinds.Read Post
Leadership Wisdom – Vulnerability and Trust
In Jesus’ remarkably vivid description, becoming fully human requires that we acknowledge and embrace our essential poverty of spirit.Read Post
Leadership Wisdom – Resetting Our Expectations
Jesus’ Beatitudes attempt to correct our view of God’s expectations for us as human beings.Read Post
Leadership Wisdom – Who is This Jesus?
Jesus helps us see what that looks like lived out in real life in the middle of broken human communities and a fractured world.Read Post
Leadership Wisdom – All Leaders are Teachers
Jesus sits on a hillside with a group of his disciples talking about a new way of being human.Read Post
Leadership Burdens (Part II)
How might we as leaders learn to carry the burdens of others?Read Post
Leadership Burdens (Part I)
How might we as leaders learn to carry our own load?Read Post
Leadership Temptations: What Price Are You Willing To Pay?
Jesus willingly pays the highest price possible.Read Post