• From One Young Leader To Another

    By Melissa Zulch As a young leader it’s easy to feel overwhelmed, inadequate, and out of place. I know this because I myself am a young leader! I have been a leader in…

  • Lenten Notes on Notre-Dame’s Destruction

    By Dave Benson   Notre Dame Cathedral fire Paris collapse The empty husk of European Christendom has finally gone up in flames. Have you heard? Tell it on every social media platform: Notre-Dame,…

  • A Hope-Shaped Leadership

    By Kevin Zhang The Inadequacy of Altruism  I had been sermonised to equate leadership with servanthood ever since my very first interactions with Christianity as a teenager.  And it made a lot of…

  • Where are we leading people?

    The following blog post was taken from the Malyon Leadership site, from way back in 2013! It’s a great reminder that leadership can go in many directions, but Christ-like leadership really has one end…

  • The Constant of Change

    By Andrew Sercombe   I love change. I hate change. Change creates opportunity. Change creates anxiety. This was highlighted to me in a recent house move. There is something enjoyable about considering the…

  • Disciples Make Disciples

    By Jess Currie   I’m doing a daily devotion at the moment through the Bible app, called “ Disciples making disciples”, developed by Francis Chan. I didn’t pick it for any particular reason…

  • How Leaders Grow

    One of my all time favourite books is How To Win Friends And Influence People by Dale Carnegie. Published in 1936, this book has been perhaps the most influential book in my life second to…

  • Because you are young

      My first ‘real’ (read: paid) church ministry role was as a children and families pastor when I was around 22, newly married, and yet to have children. I had worked in childcare…

  • Prophetic Leadership

      There’s always a moment in our leadership journey where we come across that one person. You know the one. The one that has all the answers. Or never shows up on time.…