Leadership is Influence

by Pamela Bosworth, Leadership Development Coordinator

“As the centuries pass, the evidence is accumulating that, measured by His effect on history,
Jesus is the most influential life ever lived on this planet.”  
~ Historian Kenneth Scott Latourette

Many have debated over the years about the events that Christians celebrate at Easter but few can deny as H.G. Wells says that “Jesus Christ is easily the most dominant figure in all of history”. Oswald Sanders reminds us that “leadership is influence”. If that is true, then every person alive has been impacted or influenced by the life, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ.   Read more

Book Review

Grace-Full Leadership, Understanding the Heart of a Christian Leader
by John C.Bowling

Book Reviewed by Pamela Bosworth

How are we to resolve the creative tension that exists between the biblical concepts of  servanthood and leadership?  In what ways should Christian leadership differ from all other leadership?  The author believes the answer is found in being filled with grace – that is being a grace-filled leader.    Read more

Officers on the Move

One thing people in The Salvation Army are familiar with is change.  Army officers expect to move on average every five years.  This means change not only for the officers and their family, but for the corps family as well. Given this historical perspective, you might think that people in The Salvation Army would be experts when it comes to change. This is not always the case. Read more