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Honoring God in the Secular and Sacred Workplace

Leading involves reading across disciplines and integrating that learning into the story of God. Christian leaders need strategic, imaginative, and practical skills. Here are two sets of resources to help. Foundational resources are designed to help develop transformative leaders conversant in the issues found at the intersection of faith and work. Formational resources are meant to spark the imagination by introducing stories and ideas that provide new insight into the practice of Christian leadership where faith concerns collide with workplace demands. Access these resources, including links to other leadership-support websites, journals and bookson the website of Faith & Leadership, an offering of Leadership Education at Duke Divinity.



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