In our conversation, Jim Herrington offers deep insight into the tumultuous times in which we live and qualities of leadership essential to overcoming the challenges we are facing.
About Jim Herrington:
Jim describes himself as a husband, father, pastor, author, mentor, and coach who has lived in a very authentic community of followers of Jesus for over a decade. He works for justice, lives simply, and embraces equality. He is committed to reconciliation and lives a radically inclusive life.
Books, resources, and people mentioned in the episode:
Bass, Diana Butler, “Christianity After Religion: The End of Church and the Birth of a New Spiritual Awakening”
Brafman, Ori, “The Starfish and the Spider: The Unstoppable Power of Leaderless Organizations”
Davidson, John Hunter, “To Change The World”
Friedman, Edmund, “Generation to Generation: Family Process in Church and Synagogue” and “A Failure of Nerve: Leadership in the Age of the Quick Fix” (published posthumously in 1997)
Lederach, John Paul, “The Moral Imagination – The Art and Soul of Building Peace”
Nieburh, Reinhold, “Moral Man and Immoral Society”
Peterson, Eugene H., “The Message”
Scharmer, C. Otto, “Theory U: Leading From The Future As It Emerges”
Senge, Peter, “Fifth Discipline – The Art And Practice Of The Learning Organization”
Tickle, Phyllis, “The Great Emergence – How Christianity Is Changing and Why”
Amy Sherman, Ph.D., Baylor University/Sagamore Institute
Harvey Cox, Harvard Divinity School