In Paul’s letter to the Philippians, the first Christian church in Europe, he delivers his standards for leadership in rapid succession.
Hearer/Doer: The Book of James
The book of James contains powerful instruction on living out faith in practical ways for your marriage, family and business.
Practical experience in leading from an Old Testament leader who was more than what he seemed.
Powerful and practical lessons on what it means to be a man from Job, Solomon and David.
Extracting meaningful lessons in manhood from the teaching of Jesus from the Sermon on the Mount in Matthew’s gospel.
Leadership from Titus
The hallmark of the man who God uses is “faithfulness.” Are you that man? Titus is a “go-to guy” for faithfulness.
This book is history and not a fairy tale. Know and believe in the vastness of God’s love for this world. Even in the darkest moment, God has His leader the middle of it.
Endurance from Malachi
Malachi, the last prophet from the Old Testament, brings a “weighty” challenge to God’s people then and now as God closes his word for 400 years.
Jude’s first requisite of leadership is that our souls are centered on knowing that we are loved and called by God the Father. We are kept for Jesus Christ.
Worldview from The Upper Room
A world view is the way we look at the world and our place in it. Many people put themselves at the center of this view. A relationship with Jesus enables us to see the real world for what it really is.
The Lord’s Prayer contains powerful and practical instruction on communication with God, which also contributes to our leadership in life and relationships.
Living Life on the Main Road: Ecclesiastes
Ecclesiastes provides a distinct and successful philosophy of living life that is often the opposite of what the marketplace, the media, the world tell us is important.
Ruth: A Love Story
A man, a women, a family. The book of Ruth is a fascinating lesson in what it means to do the right thing.
The End Game: Letters to the Seven Churches
A powerful series of lessons in leadership is revealed as specific instruction is given to seven churches in the book of Revelation.
The Law for Free Men: Deeper Into the Ten Commandments
What life did God have in mind for men when He gave The Ten Commandments? Unpack these pillars of the law that are ultimately for our good.
Dare: A Study of Hebrews
The book of Hebrews is a focused look on the risk we take in the belief in Jesus, and ultimately, in God as exemplified by others with faith.
The Complete Leader/Manager: A Study of Nehemiah
A true test of leadership is whether it produces adaptive and useful change. Nehemiah’s guiding principles model effective leadership.
Chairman of the Board: A Study of James
Being a leader means taking risk, setting goals, moving with determination and developing others… all principles found in the book of James.