3 results for tag: godly leadership


What’s Christian About Christian Leadership?

When you lack a definitive definition of leadership, you end up with a plethora of creative interpretations of leadership. Some of these leadership emphasis include transformational leadership, servant leadership, primal leadership, autocratic leadership, and Christian leadership. Each leadership style has a number of leading leadership scholars who have expounded on each leadership concept.  As a Christian, I am most concerned on how I ought to view leadership from the lens of a Jesus follower. To put in a simple question, "What's Christian about Christian leadership?" Faith & Leadership (a great website to follow!) interviewed five ...

6 Portraits of a Godly Leader (Part 2 of 2)

In Part 1 of my post, I described three portraits apostle Paul uses to depict a godly leader: a teacher, soldier, and athlete. I'll conclude this series with three more metaphors that describe a godly, God-fearing leader. I hope these six portraits of godly leadership will help you 4. Farmer "It is the hard-working farmer who ought to have the first share of the crops." (2 Timothy 2:6) The imagery of a farmer visualizes what godly leadership is all about. Changing the hearts and soul of people requires hard work to the point of exhaustion and weariness. Farming essentially is an unglorious hard work. Digging in the dirt a lot. The hard workers ...

6 Portraits of a Godly Leader (Part 1 of 2)

Countless trees have been consumed in the name of advancing leadership. Every month, scores of leadership books are published by so-called leadership experts. This tells me two things. First, leadership is a hot topic. Warren Bennis is right, “Leadership is always in the air; it’s a topic that has no shelf life.” Second, the deluge of leadership books beg the question which leadership model Christians should embrace in the sea of leadership principles, theories, and model that compete with each other. For many, the bombardment of leadership books is honestly confusing. Well, in that case, my suggestion is to always go back to your foundation. ...