Christian leadership begins and ends in God, says Bishop Janice Riggle Huie.
You’re invited to the most exciting adventure in the world, says L. Gregory Jones in this 2008 lecture: Bearing transformative witness through effective and faithful Christian leadership.
“It’s kind of simple,” says Duke’s Coach K: “Be a good person.”
Before we’re leaders, we’re followers, the Rev. Adam Hamilton says in an interview with local television news anchor David Crabtree.
The role model for leadership is Jesus, says Bishop Vashti Murphy McKenzie.
Christians can help people of all faiths understand “the nature and practice of love,” says leadership expert Ronald A. Heifetz.
Forgiveness and love of enemies are at the heart of leadership, says L’Arche founder Jean Vanier.
‘There is no leadership that is Christian,’ says Bishop Paul J.M. Kawimbe. The distinction is that Christian leaders act with integrity, humility and meekness.
Christian leaders empower those whom they lead, says Bishop V. Gene Robinson.
The life and ministry of Jesus is the source, tone, texture and telos of Christian leadership, says Bishop Robert Schnase.
Christian leadership is an easy and difficult role, an authority that is and is not, says the Rev. Gardner C. Taylor in a video interview.
Faith, humility and the ability to honor different perspectives are vital attributes of Christian leadership, says the Rev. Dr. Brian K. Blount.
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Different structures of belonging are emerging on the edge of Christendom to nourish the life of faith, says the author of a recent book.