“Tactics: A Game Plan for Discussing Your Christian Convictions”, by Gregory Koukl

Over the past few weeks I have had time to read “Tactics: A Game Plan for Discussing Your Christian Convictions” not once, but twice already. Author Gregory Koukl does an excellent job breaking down simple concepts to clearly explain biblical truths in an easy manner, tackles complex subjects with open honesty and in all does a fine job boosting ones confidence to boldly explain their faith. It is a perennial challenge to grow your faith to the willing point of reasonable discourse. If you’re looking for a nice addition to your print or digital work, check this one out

Tactics: A Game Plan for Discussing Your Christian Convictions

Called to Lead: 26 Leadership Lessons from the Life of the Apostle Paul, by John MacArthur

Another valuable read, though at times sprinkled with his own denominational leanings. John MacArthur is a noted author and provides a nice counter piece on developing leadership. He pulls away from the common cyclical themes shown in most corporate/business focused works and seeks to present a Biblical model of success. With his emphasis on Paul we can hopefully learn some vital principles to help those who lead, lead well.
available at Amazon: Called to Lead: 26 Leadership Lessons from the Life of the Apostle Paul