Scott Sauls, Author and Pastor: The Vulnerable Leader

In this, our last episode of season 3, Dan sits down with pastor and author Scott Sauls to talk about the role of leaders in these unprecedented times. Sauls encourages us to fix our eyes, not on our enemies or the controversy of the day, but on Jesus.

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In this, our last episode of season 3, Dan sits down with pastor and author Scott Sauls to talk about the role of leaders in these unprecedented times. Sauls encourages us to fix our eyes, not on our enemies or the controversy of the day, but on Jesus. Reflecting on excerpts from Scott’s book “A Gentle Answer,” he and Dan discuss media, outrage, politics, criticism, and the importance of vulnerable leadership.

Get Scott’s book,“A Gentle Answer: Our ‘Secret Weapon’ in an Age of Us Against Them” here.

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Dan Doriani’s fascination with work began in his childhood. His thinking, studying, and biblical interpretation on work have fueled his pastoral passion for equipping and encouraging others to act, bringing reformation to the workplace.

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