The story of Moses provides us with lessons in Christian leadership for God's people today.


Christian leadership requires leaders to tell the truth—and followers to hear the truth.
Conversations at the barbershop reminded a Divinity School student to focus on words that really matter.
The influence of the celebrity "prosperity gospel" pastor extends beyond theology and includes an approach to ministry.
Christian communities—not just individuals—have an important leadership role.
The investment of social entrepreneurship requires support for Christian leaders of institutions and leaders of Christian institutions.
Formation for ordained ministry is a formation of our whole being in practical wisdom.
A Harvard Law graduate resisted notions of leadership until she experienced a different model at Duke Divinity School.