leadership

What it Means to Live and Lead from the Center

Word-plays on “the center” and “centering” have come to my attention often in my new role at the Artios Center for Vibrant Leadership.  Books I’ve read that highlight this concept regularly pop back up on my radar screen. In The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, Stephen Covey writes “Each of us has a center, […]

Always More to Learn: An Interview with Karen Stacy

On Sabbath morning you’ll find Karen Stacy in her classroom captivating the group of busy, bustling children around her. Though small in stature herself, she maintains a balance of gentleness and command. Occasionally she’ll throw in a little song to help her students focus as they learn. Her goal? That each child will develop a […]

Why You Should Build a Leadership Team

Artios Christian College knows the benefits of working as a leadership team from firsthand experience. Leadership, especially in ministry, can be lonely. Ephesians 4:11-12 describes several different leadership roles for different people in a team to fulfill in order to build up the church body. God did not design leadership to be isolating. Rather, God […]

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The Humble Leadership of Christ

For leadership to be Christian, it must follow teaching and example of Christ. Three passages stand out to me when I think about Christian leadership.

12 Ways to Reduce Your Leadership Impact

My intention is be a vibrant leader. But sometimes we learn leadership lessons the hard way.

Resonant Leadership: 6 Tips for the Extroverted Leader

Quiet Influence: 6 Tips for the Introverted Leader

Myths of Personality and Leadership

Lead Up’s Top Posts of 2018: Everyday Christians Embracing Leadership

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Kingdom-Focused Leadership

Remembering our mission of extending God's kingdom to those around us.