The Conviction to Lead
25 Principles for Leadership That Matters
by Albert Mohler
"Dr. Al Mohler has written a book that shakes us up and challenges our thinking. The Conviction to Lead is poised to become one of the all-time classic works on Christian leadership."
—Jim Daly, President, Focus on the Family
Albert Mohler, president of the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, shares why real leadership requires a transferring of conviction to others.
"True leadership starts with a purpose, not a plan." Read Chapter One from Albert Mohler's new book The Conviction to Lead.
Read what Jim Daly, Mike Huckabee, and others are saying about this important volume on leadership that matters.
On Wednesday 12th December at 3:30pm Eastern Time, 8:30pm UK time I will be broadcasting an interview live here with Al Mohler. We will mainly be talking about his new book and his views on leadership.
For Mohler, leadership requires broad intellectual engagement, and using that engagement to influence congregants, students, and a broader audience for biblical truth.
I was delighted to see the first part of Mohler's thesis: that all believers are called to lead. It's a point I’ve been hammering away for many years and which has gotten sufficient push back.
I remember well stopping at a point in the book and praying something similar to this, “God make me a leader like this. Take away my reluctance, and help me to lead with conviction.”
Not just another crossover microwave of business leadership theory, Dr. Mohler brings a voice tempered in the flame of major conflict.
Whether you agree or disagree with the theological or philosophical stances of Albert Mohler, if you are a Christian and are in any leadership capacity, you will benefit from this book.