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How to Integrate Spiritual Leadership and Effective Management Skills

Faith leaders have a lot more to think about than their Sunday sermon. Church leadership requires a balance of practical, task-oriented expertise, a level of spiritual discernment and responsivity, and at the same time a thorough integration of faith and good management practices.

In a workshop conducted for Indiana congregations, Donald Zimmer explored the spiritual foundations of congregational leadership and provided a short list of favorite resources, archived on the website of Center for Congregations, an Indiana-oriented resource that helps churches address their challenges and opportunities.

For more help balancing ministry leadership with church administration, see our feature article, "Best Resources for Church Administration." For guidance and help in specific areas of church administration and management, see our article, "Best Resources for Church Leaders." Also explore the range of church leadership training and inspiration offered through articles, reflections, and resources provided by Faith & Leadership, an online offering from Leadership Education at Duke Divinity School.

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