Dr. Jason Baxter, professor at Wyoming Catholic College and author of A Beginner's Guide to Dante's 'Divine Comedy' and Falling Inward: Humanities in the Age of Technology, talks about leadership lessons we can learn from this classic trilogy.
Dan Stanford, pastor and author of the book "Losing the Cape: The Power of Ordinary in a World of Superheroes" talks with me about being what truly heroic leadership looks like for pastors, being present with people, and dealing with suffering in our lives.
Jonathan Dodson, pastor and author of numerous books, talks with me about his new book "Here in Spirit: Knowing the Spirit who creates, sustains and transforms everything." We specifically talk about how the Holy Spirit impacts our leadership and how leaders can cultivate a deeper relationship with the Holy Spirit.
Jenny Randle, author and creative ninja, talks about how we can integrate creativity into all areas of life. Jenny's dream is that we all recapture our creative sides. Check out Jenny's new book Courageous Creative: A 31-Day Interactive Devotional.
I sat down with Dr. George Marsden--historian, author, and emeritus professor of history at the University of Notre Dame--and we talked about C.S. Lewis and his virtues as a leader as well as his enduring legacy for us today.
Dr. Vern Poythress, professor of New Testament Interpretation at Westminster Theological Seminary (Philadelphia Campus), talks to leaders about how the Lordship of Christ influences every area of life. We talk about politics, education, Abraham Kuyper and Dr. Poythress shares his own journey and how God providentially led him to write on ALL kinds of topics.
John Brandon, author of numerous articles for INC. and Fox News, talks about his new book Lifeblood: Tapping into Jesus as the True Source of Renewal and how it intersects with technology. We talk about the potential spiritual dangers of technology, the importance of a real relationship with Jesus, and John shares how his career change has led him into deeper intimacy with Christ.
Jason Young, director of guest relations at Buckhead Church and North Point Community Church, talks with me about his new book which he co-authored with Jonathan Malm entitled "The Come Back Effect: How Hospitality can Compel Your Church's Guests to Return."
This week, Dr. Michael Haykin (professor of church history and Biblical spirituality at the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary) and I chat about the life and leadership legacy of Andrew Fuller. If you are unfamiliar Andrew Fuller, prepare to learn a lot and to be challenged by his short, powerful life.
I sit down with the founder of Memes for Jesus, Michael Schaffer and we talk about how to build your platform, creating content regularly (and without burnout) and dealing with haters. I awkwardly call Michael "The Da Vinci of Memes." I don't think it will catch on but I left it in so you can laugh at me, which Michael recommends for us to do as leaders.
In this month's bonus episode, I sit down with Jonathan Malm (founder of Church Stage Design Ideas and socialsunday.tv; author of The Hidden Option and co-author of The Come Back Effect) to talk about how we can find hidden options when it seems like there are only two options available. Jonathan helps us get out of our binary way of thinking and teaches us how to think biblically about our limitations.
I sit down with Dr. Ryan Lokkesmoe (Lead Pastor of Real Hope Community Church in the Houston area, a church he helped plant in 2016). We talk about his new book published by Moody Publication called Paul and His Team: What the Early Church Can Teach Us About Leadership and Influence.
Author and scholar Veronica Mary Rolf, sits down with me and discusses what we can learn from the life and revelations of Julian of Norwich. We talk about whether we can trust the mystics, what Julian's revelations were all about, the love of God, and how Julian can inspire both me and women in Christian leadership today.
In part two of my conversation with Dr. John Frame (professor emeritus of theology at Reformed Theological Seminary Orlando) we talk about the need to rethink how we do seminary education. If you are a member of the local church, you have a role to play in training future leaders. You don't want to miss this important episode.
In part one in our conversation, Dr. John Frame (professor Emeritus at Reformed Theological Seminary) talks about how to think about leadership from three perspectives. He also teaches us how to think tri-perspectivally about all of life.