Tag Archives: leadership

Salvaged: Leadership Lessons Pulled from the Junkyard

Leadership is like working a in a junkyard. It’s hard and sometimes painful, it doesn’t always go the way we want it to go, and we need to learn some tough truths in order to do it well.

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(Book review) The Diamond Process

Reviewed by: Jimmy Schantz, a communications student at Taylor University   Introduction Title: The Diamond Process Author: MG (Ret.) Mike J. Diamond and Christopher R. Harding Publisher: Greenleaf Book Group Press Publication Date: April 2017 Format: Print book Length: 305 pages OVERVIEW             It’s all about the process. Retired Major General Mike Diamond and his son, Capt. Chris Harding, offer their battle tested […]

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(Book review) When Shepherds Weep: Finding Tears of Joy for Wounded Pastors

Reviewed by: Carson Jacobs, a Professional Writing Major at Taylor University, Upland, IN   Introduction Title: When Shepherds Weep: Finding Tears of Joy for Wounded Pastors Author: Glenn C. Daman Publisher: Weaver Book Company Publication Date: November 2, 2015 Format: Print Book Length: 192 pages OVERVIEW  When Shepherds Weep is aimed at the pastoral community as it addresses the unique problems ministers […]

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(Book Review) If I Could Do It All Over Again

If I Could Do It All Over Again is a book aimed at just that possibility. Regret can be a burden on the heart, and this book offers the warnings of prominent Christian leaders regarding regrettable choices they would now avoid or better decisions they should have made.

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