The Benefit (and Risk) of Leading with Care
For the last 18 months, I’ve been enamored by the question: What does it look like to lead in a distinctively Christian way? I’m curious partly because of my work at the De Pree Center. Partly because I believe that faith ought to play out in an embodied way in my own work.Read Article
The Daily Practice: A Tool to Help You Apply the Bible to Your Life, Work, And Leadership
This four-step process, modeled off the practice of Lectio Divina, will help you prayerfully reflect on how the Bible relates to your life, work, and leadership.Read Article
What Did God Birth in You This Year?
In December 2020, Michaela O’Donnell wrote an article called: What is God Birthing in You? in which she wondered about what the unusual year of 2020 was readying us for in 2021. In this article, she helps us consider what birthing might look like in our work and leadership as well as gives us an exercise to reflect on this as we head into a new year.Read Article
The Problem with Leaders
What do 18-35-year-olds from around the world think about leadership? Well, they’re less than hopeful.Read Article
Practices for Growth, Part Two: Lean In and Let Go
This is part two in a series on Practices for Growth, find the first part here. It’s been a year of waiting. Waiting for…Read Article
Practices for Growth, Part One: Let Water off The Boat
When my son was two months old, we had a friend temporarily move in with us. She was in a bad place and needed…Read Article
A Review of Tod Bolsinger’s Leadership for a Time of Pandemic
Five years ago, Tod Bolsinger came out with his best-selling book, Canoeing the Mountains: Christian Leadership in Uncharted Territory. Leaders throughout the United States…Read Article
What Can We Know About the “Leaders” in Ephesians 4:11?
In the New Testament letter known as Ephesians, we find a short list of what might be called “leadership roles” in the church. The…Read Article