A Leader in His Time — and for All Time
In an interview with Response, author Ronald C. White Jr. discusses the legendary leadership of the farmer’s son who became America’s greatest president: Abraham Lincoln.
A. Lincoln: A Biography
Join SPU in Reading A. Lincoln
Words of Healing for a Divided Nation: Yesterday and Today
Making History: Catalysts for Change
What makes a leader “transformational”? Profiles of seven 20- and 21st-century leaders explore how they inspired change in their followers and what they taught us about leadership.
Martin Luther King Jr.
Lessons From a Prodigal Father
Leaders often begin with a painful transformation of their own lives, writes Professor Margaret Diddams. She and her colleagues teach leadership in the only industrial/organizational psychology program at a Christian university in the U.S.
Tools for Leaders
Readings on Leadership
Teach a Girl, Teach a Community
Three Cups of Tea and Stones Into Schools author Greg Mortenson visited SPU to talk about building schools and promoting peace in Pakistan and Afghanistan.
Can a Rock Band Change the World?
Musician Bono and his band U2 challenge their listeners to see the poor and oppressed through Jesus’ eyes. Jeff Keuss, associate professor of Christian ministry, examines U2’s legacy of leadership.
Teaching as a Subversive Activity
“What magic is it that allows teachers to converse with, rather than talk at, our students?” Professor of English Luke Reinsma reflects on teaching well.
The Magic of a Great Teacher
Four recent grads plug into their future by attending medical school, filming in eight African countries, and tutoring youth in urban Philadelphia.
Learning Patient Care at the Mayo Medical School
Loving Inner-City Kids in Philadelphia
Filming Images of Hope in Africa