Christian Leadership Web Sites [Resource List]
by Rudy Mitchell
Offers new resources for pastors and church leaders, and contains the 145 issue archive of Christianity Today's Leadership Journal.
Seeks to foster innovation movements that activate THE CHURCH to greater impact for the Glory of God’s name. What began in 1984 with 20 leaders now serves over 200,000 leaders all over the world.
Many resource guides and book reviews on Christian leadership, especially relating to the church.
The Christian Leadership website of Claybury International offers articles on Christian leadership. In addition, their free Christian Leadership Academy online courses examine what it means to be a Christian Leader modeled on the character and teaching of Jesus. This international ministry is based in England.
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Web Resources For Christian Leadership