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Recommended reading to broaden your understanding of spiritual leadership topics and concepts.
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If you think it’s hard being a leader when all is going well, try leading in the midst of conflict. In times of tension and dissension, when the core qualities of leadership are plumbed, when disagreements surface and interpersonal friction threatens division, the characteristic that distinguishes a truly effective leader from a good leader emerges: a relationship with God. It’s the spiritual leader—the leader in secure relationship with God—who can not only tolerate tension but can actually embrace it. It’s the spiritual leader who is able to take people of common purposes and achieve uncommon results.
In a world where power and position are the symbols of success, Uncommon Leadership: Servant Leadership in a Power Hungry World challenges Christian leaders to rethink the common teaching in most leadership "how-to" books. Presenting a refreshing change, Dr. Kuest encourages us to return tothe biblical principles of God's higher way of thinking and acting. Leaders are urged to use position and authority to serve reather than control. It will also be uncommon when Christian leaders apply these principles to family relationships. They will have the peace of knowing that they are making a lasting difference.

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