This article outlines ten practical and scriptural guidelines for functioning well in leadership positions in the church.
The Bible expects the husband to lead his wife. How does a husband provide leadership? There are seven things he can do to provide leadership in the home.
This chapter is about leadership in the church of Christ. The focus is on the importance of leaders having proper convictions and beliefs.
This chapter is about leadership in the church of Christ. The author’s emphasis is that wherever Christian leaders serve, their leadership should be driven by distinctively Christian convictions. Many leaders are good at change and organizational transformation, but they lack a centre of gravity in truth.
This article warns against certain pitfalls that face especially young Christian leaders in their leadership roles.
What does it mean to be a spiritual leader? This article indicates that spiritual leadership is rooted in knowing where God wants people to be and taking the initiative to use God’s means to get them there. This understanding of leadership has two aspects to it: the inner circle and the outer circle.
Are you a leader? What does leadership look like? Here are twenty tips for answering this question.
Leadership can be difficult as a husband and a father when by your long-term actions or inaction has forfeited the respect of those meant to follow your lead. Yet this article explains that you do not lead because you are worthy, but because you are called.
The Old Testament views leadership in general as a privilege granted to an individual in order to serve the interests of those who are led. This view of leadership is reflected in particular in Deuteronomy's version of the Decalogue. This article offers a comparison of Deuteronomy 5's versions of the Decalogue with Exodus 20.
Husbands are called to lead both their wife and children. Why is it that leadership seems to be so difficult for men? This article gives reasons why men do not lead and explains how men should lead.
In the last seventy years, another age group description was added besides 'children' and 'adults'; namely, the description of 'teenagers'. What comes to mind when you hear this word? This article looks at the expectations for this age group from the world and from God. The author concludes that biblically, the teen years should be training ground for godliness, responsibility and leadership.
This article is concerned with the part that the Bible plays in the formation of Christians, especially those called to leadership ministry. How can we read the Bible and have it form us, without bringing our own pre-formed agendas to the text? The many challenges in reading the Bible on its own terms is noted, not least laying aside modern categories for enquiry.