Many men are good at going to church. But when it comes to leading their wives spiritually, its a completely different story. Their lives are marked by passivity covered in shame. Deep down, they know they should be doing something, but they can’t quite put their finger on exactly what that is.
Ten years ago it was said that there were over 33,000 “versions” of Christianity. Today, that number has only increased. Thousands and thousands of groups of people that think their ‘version’ is the right one. How did we get to this place, where people tailor religion to fit their needs, or simply create their own?
This book, Spiritual Leadership, is my favorite book on leadership. In trying to keep with the age-old axiom that great books shouldn’t be read just once, I just went back through it. This time, I asked 3 questions of the book before jumping in. The following is my attempt at answering those 3 questions.