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The Max De Pree Center for Leadership was founded at Fuller Seminary in 1996 in honor of Max De Pree: a distinguished leader, Fuller board member, and Herman Miller, Inc. CEO. Many know Max from his books, which have helped generations of leaders find their way to what matters in a changing world. Leaders across industries and seasons of life come to us to do their inner work in a distinctively Christian way. Our approach is rooted in the integration of Christian faith and academic research but translated for everyday life and work. We invite you to explore our site to discover how our various resources and initiatives may help you respond faithfully to God's callings in all season of your life and leadership.
She Is… Biblical Reflections on Vocation
Study Guide written by Various Authors
This study guide is designed to help people engage questions of vocation through the stories of various biblical women.
Road Ahead for Pastors
Cohort Experience for Senior/Lead Pastors
The Road Ahead is a six-week group experience that helps you get unstuck and discern next steps on your road ahead. This speciality cohort is specifically for senior/lead pastors. This is a joint venture with Made to Flourish.
Make Work Matter
Book by Michaela O’Donnell
Price: Starting at $11.99
Make Work Matter provides a blueprint for a better future. Filled with stories and insights from faithful entrepreneurs and built on solid research, this book will help you close the gap between what you’re doing now and the meaningful work you desire to accomplish.
Webinar: Pastors, do you have what it takes to keep going in ministry?
Webinar with Kathy Young and Wayne Park, hosted by Terry Timm
Explore the question, “Pastor, do you have what it takes to keep going in ministry?” Made possible by a joint venture between the De Pree Center and Made to Flourish.
Women Can Have It All, Just Not All at the Same Time
Article by Kara Martin
So, how can we have it all? Scripture show us that it is not so much what we accomplish, but who we are becoming in the process that matters most. And we do not need to have it all at once, there are seasons for all the work—paid and unpaid—which we might do.
Stations of the Cross
A Devotional Guide for Lent and Holy Week by Mark D. Roberts
This guide helps us reflect with more intensity and emotion the events and meaning of Jesus’s death. It invites us to draw near to the Lord in anticipation of Good Friday and Easter.
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