The Dialogue of Faith & Leadership
The Journal of Applied Christian Leadership (JACL) seeks to engage Christian leaders and scholars in a forward-looking dialogue about how to practice leadership in the light of ongoing research taking place across denominational, cultural, and disciplinary environments.
The purposes of JACL are threefold: (1) to stimulate inquiry into the interplay of the tensions Christians experience as persons of faith and leaders in and of organizations or communities; (2) to be a bridge in the dialogue between practicing Christian leaders and researchers of leadership as manifested in varies settings; and (3) to provide a forum for systematic reflection on the practice of Christian leadership, especially Servant Leadership, in the light of faith, the pressures of culture, and the mission of Christian organizations and churches.
The JACL is published twice a year under the auspices of the Christian Leadership Center at Andrews University, a Seventh-day Adventist institution. Views expressed in the JACL are those of individual authors and do not necessarily represent the views of the editors or the sponsoring organization.
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Current Issue: Volume 10, Number 2 (2016)
A Trinitarian Leadership Model: Insights From the Apostle Peter
Brian Ruffner and Russell L. Huizing
Biblical Foundations of Christian Leadership: Part 1
Stanley E. Patterson PhD
Leadership as Practice: Theory and Application. By Joseph A. Raelin (Ed.)
Herman Leon Davis Sr.
A Trinity of Love: The Formation of Christian Community in Worship
Jeffrey Russell Crawford
A Theology of Missional Leadership in the Book of Revelation
Shared Leadership: Best Practice in a Ministry Context
Shaldana Juanette Johns
Ministry in Secular Employment (MSE) in the Church of England, 1960- 2000
Thomas Christopher Keighley