Bredfeldt, Gary J. Great Leader, Great Teacher: Recovering the biblical vision for leadership. Chicago: Moody Press, 2006. If a person was looking to avoid following God’s call to be a teacher, they might be quick to quote James 3:1 “Not many of you should become teachers, my brothers, for you
Geiger, Eric and Kevin Peck. Designed to Lead: The Church and Leadership Development. Nashville: B&H, 2016. The most capable and impactful leaders of the next generation will be those who have a theology of leadership based on the truth of Genesis 1:27 “So God created man in his own image,
This July post always seems to get lost in the busyness of the start of the school year! But…good news, I still have 2 days to go before it’s time to write the August post, so plenty of time to spare! July was lots of fun…after a super busy June,
Alexander, T. Desmond. From Eden to the New Jerusalem. Grand Rapids: Kregel, 2008. Introduction “Why does the earth exist? What is the purpose of human life? Arrogant as it may seem, this short book attempts to answer both of these questions. It does so by exploring a unique story” (9).
Shaped by the Gospel by Tim Keller is an adapted version of Keller’s book Center Church that has been broken down to include contributions and reflections from other Christian authors…this version includes input from Michael Horton and Dane Ortlund, two Christian leaders that I have a great amount of respect for.
“It’s not too late and you’re never too far.” I love that statement on the cover of The Comeback by Louie Giglio. Those words speak hope, relief, encouragement, rescue, and grace. I have been so excited about this book for the last several weeks that I’ve been hearing about it.
I should probably start this review by first acknowledging that I am NOT a preacher…nor do I believe that God has called me to be a preacher. I am grateful that God has blessed me with the calling to teach His word in a variety of settings. My life
12 years later…I still remember every moment of how September 11, 2001 unfolded. I pray I will never forget. That day taught me that evil truly does exist and it is in direct opposition to a loving and merciful God. 9/11/2011 7am I arrived on campus at Emory University for
Have you ever felt like you were being stretched, pushed, kneaded, sifted? If not…it’s coming. If you have…it’ll probably happen again. Wayne Cordeiro is a master at addressing leader fatigue and helping those in ministry remember where they should be looking for their source of strength. His latest book Sifted
Our theme verse at North Cobb Christian School this year is “Teach me your way, O Lord, that I may walk in your truth.” Psalm 86:11. As a result, I have tried to use this summer to really dig into what it means to understand the truth of the gospel.