Leaning on Leaders: Lessons for Leaders, Teachers and Preachers

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Leaning on Leaders: Lessons for Leaders, Teachers and PreachersWhat are characteristics of a good leader, teacher or a preacher? Some may say the ability to deeply connect and capture one’s audience with his or her presence; others may say maintaining an understanding of how to communicate to an audience’s needs. Titus 1:4-14 provides a telling and wise description of leadership:  “For an overseer, as God’s steward, must be above reproach. He must not be arrogant or quick-tempered or a drunkard or violent or greedy for gain, but hospitable, a lover of good, self-controlled, upright, holy, and disciplined.”

At Xulon Press, the editorial department has decided to dedicate the month of September to teachers, leaders and preachers. Our blogs this month will feature touching and moving coverage of teachers and leaders and their unique voyages into being a role model. We will provide you with exceptional content on ways to format your academic book with techniques on building a better bibliography list so your messages come across as polished as possible. You will also uncover uplifting messages to catapult you into creating content to aptly help you portray your powerful voice. This month will feature content to rouse you into penning books that are more commanding, instructional, and sure to leave a lasting impression on your audience. Back to school is the perfect time to reflect on important values and lessons you have learned, or lessons you would love to share with an eager audience.

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Krystina Murray is a Staff Editor at Xulon Press with over six years of editing experience. When she isn’t helping writers improve their manuscripts, she devotes her time to crafting poetry and short stories, maintains an exciting food blog and completes copy writing advertisements for small businesses.

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