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Listen Well Lead Better$18.49Add to cart
Why do so many leaders prioritize their speaking skills when communication studies show we spend more time listening than reading, writing, or speaking? The reality is, most people are below-average listeners, and it’s keeping them and their team members from reaching their potential.
In Listen Well, Lead Better, Steve and Becky Harling share 10 practices that will help you be a more effective listener and leader. Learn how to ask better questions, make people feel heard and valued, and create an open and positive culture. Strong listeners also enjoy greater credibility, navigate conflicts better, and foster more engaged teams. Above all, the lessons here will help you hear from God more clearly and gain his wisdom on all matters in life. Becoming a better listener will transform how you lead and relate to everyone.
Ellen White On Leadership$24.69Add to cart
While Ellen White did not invent the term “servant leadership,” she put it to practice in her own life. Leaders are needed at all levels of society. Whether your daily routine includes presiding over church board meetings, scheduling music lessons and soccer games, or planning company strategies for the next year, this helpful book will give you special insight into the life of a servant-leader. And you may be surprised at some of Ellen’s responses to situations you may be likely to encounter today.
She opposed centralization of power.
She was generous to the poor.
She treated the erring with compassion.
She was accountable to God.
She supported a race-inclusive, gender-inclusive, age-inclusive church.
It Takes A Church$10.75Add to cart
A must-read guide to keeping young people safe and saved.
Drugs, alcohol, sex, school violence, broken homes and internet pornography are some of the dangers that put our children at high risk today. But the greatest potential risk factor seldom gets talked about–the lack of support from a network of caring adults.
In It Takes A Church, authors Gary L. Hopkins and Joyce W. Hopp, offer practical guidelines and a positive approach to providing spiritual and moral protection for our children by every church member. With no-nonsense language and drawing from the latest research, the authors explain how to:
Develop social support through a network of people who care.
Foster resilience in kids dealing with overwhelming odds.
Open the doors of communication to talk about sex and values.
Mentor our young people through strong, enduring relationships with adults.
Recognize religion and spirituality as a powerful influence in protecting youth and preventing risky behaviors, and more!
Can we keep our kids safe and saved? Here is the information–and the inspiration–to transform your church into the caring community our young people so urgently need.