Book review: The Measure of Success

Carolyn McCulley and Nora Shank have crafted a resource that is unlike any other.

Learning to rest well

A.J. Swoboda’s book, Subversive Sabbath, is a textbook on healthy living in the midst of a culture that promotes an unhealthy lifestyle.

Book review: Extreme Ownership

Babin and Willink offer the toughest leadership lessons in Extreme Ownership: How U.S. Navy SEALs Lead and Win.

Book review: The Age of Promise

Randy Robison encourages New Testament believers to enjoy their special status as beloved children of God in his book, The Age of Promise: Escape the Shadows of the Law to Live in the Light of Christ

Book review: The Truth About Employee Engagement

This Patrick Lencioni book may be your key to organizational dynamics.

Why this is the best business guide

With a plethora of leadership and business resources, it might be difficult to discern the best tools for your organization. However, don’t miss this one.

Book review: The Daniel Dilemma

Pastor Chris Hodges helps us all in capturing the full intent of the book of Daniel in his own new book, The Daniel Dilemma: How to Stand Firm & Love Well in a Culture of Compromise

Book review: Hit the Bullseye

Paul Borden’s Hit the Bullseye: How Denominations Can Aim the Congregation at the Mission Field, is even more timely now than when the author penned it.

Book review: Dangerous Good

Kenny Luck’s Dangerous Good: A Coming Revolution of Men Who Care challenges men to step into their God-given potential.

Book review: The Unstuck Church

Tony Morgan’s book, The Unstuck Church: Equipping Churches to Experience Sustained Health is a tremendous tool for ministry leaders.

Helping young leaders transition

After College: Navigating Transitions, Relationships and Faith, by Erica Reitz, will guide the next generation from the university and into the marketplace.

Book review: Through Colored Glasses

Through Colored Glasses: How Great Leaders Reveal Reality by Tom Harper provides a leadership fable full of characters each of us have seen in real-life individuals and a story we can relate to.

Book review: Building the Body

In Building the Body: 12 Characteristics of a Fit Church, Gary L. MacIntosh and Phil Stevenson identify characteristics that distinguish fit churches from the merely healthy.

Book review: The Way of the SEAL

Mark Divine’s life experience and life lessons as a Navy SEAL, create an excellent read for any leader longing to be motivated and challenged in their next steps.

Book review: Designed to Lead

What? Another book on leadership? Yes, it is, but Designed to Lead: The Church and Leadership Development has a different take on the subject.

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