Dr. Brian Wallace, the Executive Director of the Fuller Center for Spiritual and Missional Formation, talks with me about the connection between spiritual formation and leadership. We talk about how to bridge that gap and more!
Julie Masson, who is a small business owner and is the social media and marketing manager for the Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission (ERLC), talks about balancing work, life, family and leadership in this podcast episode. We get into the nitty gritty of planning and scheduling and making time for what is most important!
Dr. Ken Stewart, professor at Covenant College and author of the book "In Search of Ancient Roots: The Christian Past and the Evangelical Identity Crisis" talks with me about Protestants, church history, appropriating the past and finding our Evangelical identity.
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.