Category Archives: Christian leadership

Hero of a Hundred Fights: Standing in the Gap

“So I sought for a man among them who would make a wall, and stand in the gap before Me on behalf of the land, that I should not destroy it; but I found no one” (Ezekiel 22:30). The Painting … Continue reading

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Leadership and Leaders

There are many who are called to positions of leadership. Yet leadership is not about a title. It is not about gaining a consensus. Leadership is about burden, conviction, a fire burning deeply, a holy discontentment, a righteous indignation. There … Continue reading

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Acknowledge the Sin, Accentuate the Grace, Honor the Fathers: Why I love the PCA and RTS

Then he died at a good age, full of days, riches, and honor. And Solomon his son reigned in his place. 1 Chronicles 29.28 There has been some talk lately, quite recently, that has come to me about the publication … Continue reading

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Quiet Strength in Winter: Tony Dungy Retires

Tony Dungy Retires

After 31 years of gridiron battles, one of the greatest coaches of our generation is hanging up his cleats. On Monday, January 12, 2009, Tony Dungy, with his wife Lauren at his side, announced his retirement.
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The Making of a Leader

There are many leadership books out today. A number that I have read seek to reflect on the leadership principles or even styles of noted historical figures (e.g., Robert E. Lee, Teddy Roosevelt). Some have done a good job of … Continue reading

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