The work of the Max De Pree Center for Leadership is informed by relationships with entrepreneurs in for-profit, non-profit and church leadership.

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How do we make sense of all the very good work being done by people who are not motivated by the gospel?

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What does your spirituality of work look like?

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Worldviews, stories, ideas matter—and in the case of William Wilberforce and Thomas Jefferson, the differences in their worldviews tell the tale.

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Without the honing influence of meaningful relationships, career challenges and personal or professional failure can derail even the highest potential person.

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What matters most? What is enough? Charles Lee shapes his day, week, and year in response to these questions.

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Mentors make a difference in the lives of leaders.

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“The antidote to exhaustion is wholeheartedness.” David Whyte, “Crossing the Unknown Sea.” Charles Lee discovered this truth, starting in an emergency room with paralyzed hands.

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Practical experience, sound theology, collaborative community—and really great food!

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Why I do things (2)

On July 29, 2013 By

I judge myself by my intentions, but I judge other people by their actions.

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