Leadership

Following Well or Eventually

Posted  December 1, 2018  by  Duane Covrig

There is one social competency more difficult than leadership. That is the ability to follow well. It takes deep intellectual and emotional preparation and skills to follow well. A friend told me one time that if a person thinks they … Continue reading

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Individuality and Mutuality in Christian Leadership

Posted  November 6, 2018  by  Duane Covrig

Within our Adventist educational community, one Ellen White often quoted passage is Education p. 17: Every human being, created in the image of God, is endowed with a power akin to that of the Creator– individuality, power to think and … Continue reading

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Grace & Truth: What Does God do with Bad Goat Leaders

Posted  February 4, 2018  by  Duane Covrig

There are millions of leaders in the world. Not all of them do us good. Last week, one of these leaders was sentenced to up to 175 years for sexually abusing girls. This sentence was based on 7 counts but … Continue reading

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How can you shepherd if you are one of the sheep?

Posted  January 27, 2018  by  Duane Covrig

The Lord is My Shepherd, sang David. He sang it well. He knew its truth. All sheep know the truth. We know our fragility (at least we should). We can’t see very far. We get tired easily. We suffer raging … Continue reading

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Diversity in Moral Leadership

Posted  November 30, 2017  by  Duane Covrig

Not all leaders look the same. Some are quiet. Some are loud. Some plug away at their tasks and draw interested and committed followers by their steadiness. Others use charisma to move crowds to action, using a splash of personality … Continue reading

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