When I was given the option to pick a topic to write on, I immediately thought of grace. The reason being is because I strongly believe that grace is the reason I am here today. The grace of God is why I’ll be able to spend eternity with him. The other reason I wanted to … Continued
Archive: Values-Aligned Leadership
If you feel your life’s calling is to lead others and to integrate your faith into your career path, Colorado Christian University often posts blogs related to how to be a Christian leader in the workplace. Faced with so many challenges and difficult decisions each and every day, Christian leaders are a unique breed and require a strong belief in their faith and confidence in their ability to lead others while serving as a role model for Christian beliefs and behavior. Below, you will find some recent blog posts regarding Christian Leadership in the workplace that we hope you will find helpful and inspiring. Business, counseling, criminal justice, education and nursing are some of CCU’s most popular degree programs.
Consider Jesus and the way he taught and led others. Jesus taught and related to others in story. The importance of the parables can hardly be overestimated. They comprise a substantial part of the recorded preaching of Jesus. The parables are generally regarded by scholars as among the sayings which we can confidently ascribe to … Continued
The Old Testament of the Bible testifies to the work of God with His chosen and pointed to Jesus Christ as the Messiah. Jesus came and didn’t want to leave but He sacrificed His will for the will of His heavenly Father’s. Before He left He told His “knucklehead” disciples to wait until He went … Continued
What is truth in advertising? How do you know when a manufacturer is over promoting a service or product? Caveat Emptor means “buyers beware” and it is the common mantra of organizational marketing and sales groups. There are countless examples of caveat emptor in the marketplace. Can we trust that the FTC is screening the … Continued
From students in the classrooms to business professionals in the boardroom, everyone appears to be “staying in the know” using their PDAs and iPhones. Although social technology and collaborative software advancements continue to evolve, leadership practices, on the other hand, appear to be stuck in the epistemic mire of the transactional-transformational charismatic preaching caveat emptor … Continued