Leaders Who Last

Leaders Who Last Review

If the Christian life is like a race, we must admit that too many Christian leaders stumble, burn out, or veer off the track. Clearly it is not automatic that a leader will finish well.



Based on Dave Kraft's thirty-five years of leading, teaching leadership, and coaching dozens of Christian leaders, Leaders Who Last moves through three stages of leadership: foundations, formation, and fruitfulness. Concise, anecdotal, and packed with wisdom, this book will help you aim your ambitions, refine your character, and position yourself to be an effective leader who endures.

Kraft's brief, down-to-earth guide to Christian leadership will inspire readers to finish the race well-to hit the tape in full stride with an energetic burst of speed and receive their commendation from God.

Title:Leaders Who Last
Edition Language:English

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    Leaders Who Last Reviews

  • Nathan Farley

    This is an incredibly simple, yet profound book. There isn't a bunch of fluff--unnecessary stories in order to get a bigger page count. Everything in it is extremely practical and useful for leading. ...

  • Sarah Fredrich

    Such a practical leadership book on how to stay a leader within any arena especially if you are a believer. Far to often Christian leaders fail but why? This book addresses that in a simple practical ...

  • Caleb

    I was excited when I got this book in my hands after many months of hearing nothing but good things about it. I still have many years until I dive into vocational ministry, but I believe all Christian...

  • Matthew

    Leadership books can be tricky to write. The few I’ve read have been extremely cliché, rah-rah-type books that were big on motivational language and soft on any real content that could help one bec...

  • Peter Jones

    A good book on some basic leadership principles. I found it a bit too motivational speakerish for my tastes. Also, he tended to emphasize the need to innovate and change, which is good. However, in pa...

  • CJ Bowen

    Solid, clear stuff. I'd like a little more work done basing the ideas in Scripture, and maybe a couple of the inspiring stories and plaque-worthy aphorisms could be dropped, but overall, a helpful rea...

  • Joey Roper

    This is a very good, practical, challenging, and powerful book on leadership. I would highly recommend it. ...

  • Marshall Griffin

    Kraft draws from decades of experience and study in writing "a personal and extremely practical account of essential leadership principles," motivated in part by the tragic number of Christian leaders...

  • Derek DeMars

    A solid, practical book on Christian leadership. Kraft offers a lot of memorable insights gleaned from his 40+ years of ministry leadership, and I appreciated that he didn't waste too much time on ane...

  • Nathan Leopard

    1 ★ – Terrible (Don’t read)2 ★ - Okay3 ★ – Above Average4 ★ - Excellent5 ★ – Amazing (must read)This was a decent book on leadership. I would say there is nothing overly astounding a...