Scott Hodge


Unstoppable Leadership

Jul 14, 2006

Two or three years ago I read Erwin McManus’ book, An Unstoppable Force.  At the time, I remember it being good, but not nearly as good as I’m feeling re-reading it now.  Holy smokes….  This book is just filled with great stuff!  I’m not sure if it’s just because I’m in such a different place in my journey or what, but I’m just all over this thing right now. 

Just read something that was so, so good…  I’ll share it:

"…while secular leadership has become blatantly spiritual, Christian leadership has become blantantly (and blandly) secular.  We need to recapture the invisible aspects of leadership."

This may not do to you what it did me, but dang…  I’m so thankful for voices like this in the Christian community.

(So much for my blogging break…) 

5 Responses to “Unstoppable Leadership”

  1. Johnny Laird says:

    Glad you couldn’t resist, Scott. I was getting withdrawal systems at the thought of not being able to get my “shot of Scott”
    Peace & blessings

  2. Misty says:

    I have to agree w/ Johnny – I was also going through withdrawal!!

  3. jason allen says:

    I’m getting to re-read Unstoppable too. I remember that comment and was actually just talking with a friend who does leadership stuff with business people about that very thing.
    Another guy, in a conversation, relayed that Andy Stanley and Jim Collins were talking about leadership online and it was Collins who said there is a spiritual side to leadership. I haven’t run it down myself but if it is true it’s pretty interesting.

  4. Perry says:

    OK dude–that is funky! I just did the same exact thing! I read it & thought “hmm…good.” But now I can’t seem to put it down! Are we related?

  5. that’s gotta be some kind of record blogging-sabbatical: 10 hours, 23 minutes.
    but if anything should be able to mess up a blogbreak, it would be a mcmanus book.
    i’m inspired to read U.F. again (but erwin owes you a commission or something – i’ll have to buy another copy – i gave my first one away after i read it…)

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