his is a deep dive into a rather narrow, but foundational, subject. Eurich makes the case for why self-awareness is at the core of every leader’s success (or failure).
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Withholding forgiveness works much like a jail cell in that we surrender our freedom to the dictates of our emotions or other people. Consequently, we are not free to trust, to engage, to love, or to experience life to its fullest.
Connecting with people from different cultural backgrounds simply starts with walking across the street as we join in God’s redemptive plan for our neighborhoods, our cities, and around the world.
Utilizing “on the map” and “off the map” as two ways that leaders must understand their challenge, Bolsinger challenges the reader to reconsider how leadership itself works in today’s environment. In a readable format, this book summarizes much of contemporary leadership theory.
Kim presents the theoretical foundation needed to accurately understand the unique challenges to urban ministry. He draws on years of experience as he proposes principles to guide the urban missionary seeking to develop a workable strategy.
The authors examine why “we have become a world of people all alone, together.” How do we learn to connect, converse wisely and lovingly, and build community again? They look at history, Scripture, and the current technological trends that reveal the importance of effective communication.
The authors draw on a significant data set of over 17,000 CEO interviews to draw conclusions about what makes a CEO successful. The book is filled with quotable observations and illustrations from industry.
Movements belong to God. We see what God is doing to bear fruit and follow His lead. When we notice patterns—God bearing fruit in a similar way over and over again through people—we call that a Fruitful Practice. We can follow God by implementing Fruitful Practices, and we learn Fruitful Practices by observing what God is doing.
Christians can be stuck, not only spiritually but in many areas of life. Dash’s approach is not moralism or adding more sermons to your diet. He aims to capture us with the redemptive story of Scripture, apply that truth to every area of our life, and help us learn how to practice new habits that will move us toward maturity in Christ.