This long-awaited sequel to Willard’s The Divine Conspiracy is a feast for anyone who wants to understand better that it means to be an influential, ethical, and genuine Christian leader. It is thick with Willard’s compelling way of seeing our God-bathed world and our role in it. Any given chapter–many times any given page!–could be chewed on for days.
From the first chapter:
It is the task of Christ-following spokespersons, leaders, and professional to keep before their own minds as well as those of the public they engage–through whatever vocation they maintain–an understanding of what is good and what is not and what conditions are required for human beings to experience well-being.