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Is this how holiness is passed? Like an electric charge, from the hands of Jesus through saints’ hands to ours?
How does a leader change jobs well? The president of Union-PSCE talks about adjusting to his role, the connections between ministry and administration, and students as the impetus for innovation.
We often take a leader's ambition to be a bad thing. But the late 5th Century BC figure Xenophon shows the good of a love of honor—if conjoined with a love of learning and humanity.
Being a leader is like being the captain of a ship, says AME Bishop Vashti Murphy McKenzie. Sometimes you just have to say, "Put your oars in the water."
Poor neighborhoods usually lack more than money. They lack leaders. John M. Perkins has spent five decades strengthening disenfranchised communities by raising up leaders from an often-overlooked location -- within.
The protagonist of the novel “Watership Down” is an ordinary bunny. But he’s humble, courageous, innovative and able to synthesize opposing ideas. These qualities make him a good leader, says Gretchen E. Ziegenhals.