Friday, October 07, 2005

Jeff Fuson's Favorite Reads for Rising Leaders

Fourteen of Jeff Fuson's Favorite Reads for Rising Leaders...
1. Fresh Wind, Fresh Fire by Jim Cymbala
2. Habitudes by Dr. Tim Elmore
3. Spiritual Leadership by Blackaby and Blackaby
4. Spiritual Leadership by Oswald A. Sanders
5. Choosing to Cheat by Andy Stanley
6. The Volunteer Revolution by Bill Hybels
7. EPIC by John Elderidge
8. Secrets of the Vine by Bruce Wilkinson
9. Purpose Driven Life by Rick Warren
10. God is Closer than You Think by John Ortberg
11. The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People by Steven R. Covey
12. Experiencing God by Henry T. Blackaby & Claude V. King
13. The Practice of the Presence of God by Brother Lawrence
14. A Call to Die by David Nasser



p.s. If you are a 'rising leader' who's excited about advancing the Kingdom of God, then you need to RUN to Rising Leader Alliance.com and splash around a lot! Join the community, sign up for FUEL, grab some cool tools, maybe even post your story so that other leaders will be inspired by what God is doing in your life!

p.p.s. If you lead an organization that could use an ENERGY INJECTION then consider bringing me in to do a Custom Crafted Training Experience for you. I'm launching some very cool Adventure Training and Action Learning Experiences that you and your team could benefit from. Drop an email to me and we can talk more.

p.p.p.s. Host a Daddy Power (tm) Event at your church to encourage the Dads in your congregation to excel at their most important task -- being 'DADDY'. Drop me a email to learn more.

p.p.p.p.s. Okay last one! Feel FREE to distribute this content as long as you pass it along in it's entirety with all links in place pointing to original urls. Give credit where credit is due and use this to build other people up. Thanks for playing and thanks for passing this along. Jeff Fuson

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