- Highly Recommended Review by Greg
Any new leader or leader-in-training would be wise to understand and apply the principles and foundational Scriptural truths that apply to all areas of leadership. This is not a "What to do, to be a good leader book", the 'what' you will have to determine for yourself, it is the focus on the traits of a leader and leadership that this book focuses on. And not just leadership in general, but "Spiritual Leadership".
This is a great book for anyone interested in spiritual leadership, although you don't need to be involved in an official leadership position to get the most out of the book, all Christians are leaders, whether parents, husbands, or just leading another to Christ.
(Posted on 12/6/11)
- Great principles for any Christian Review by Logan
This is a great audio-book for anyone interested in spiritual leadership, although you don't need to be involved in leadership to get the most out of the book.
Using a wonderful variety of leaders (from biblical to contemporary) as examples to draw on Sanders uses their traits to explain the principles for Christians to grow in spiritual leadership.
(Posted on 1/16/11)
- Grover Gardner narrates this well-known classic... Review by Audiofile Magazine
Grover Gardner narrates this well-known classic about leadership principles with simple clarity. In moderate tones he illustrate timeless values drawn from the lives of biblical characters, such as David, Moses, and the Apostle Paul, before exemplifying the qualities of more current leaders. He emphasizes that the call to leadership comes from God and discusses the necessities of discipline, vision, and humility, among other necessary attributes. In the author's modern, easy-to-understand language, he describes leaders' traits and explains why personal growth and prayer are important. Gardner's persuasive tone encourages leaders to act with integrity and patience as they seek God's guidance and develop the need to trust Him for personal growth. G.D.W. © AudioFile 2007, Portland, Maine [Published: FEB/ MAR 07]
(Posted on 2/7/07)