Leading Through Crisis
If ever there was a time for leaders to be able to navigate a crisis now is the time as we cross uncharted waters of the current pandemic. But if ever there was a leader in the past who experienced navigating unchartered areas, even if more in the desert than at sea, it is Moses. Although Moses did not have any of the online options we have found so helpful in our current situation, Moses was faced with responding to a plague, facing an unjust situation, crossing a sea in a new way, leading a group of people through a challenging wilderness and mentoring a new generation of leaders for new challenges that lay ahead. Why not create some space in your wilderness to spend some time walking in the footsteps of this great man of faith and discovering how wisdom from the past can help you grow in new ways in the present?
May God bless you on your journey. We will all get through this together –Dr TJ
Dr TJ Jenney, PhD
Dr. T. J. Jenney, Ph.D. is a seasoned pastor and leader who has served churches as well as served as a campus minister and chaplain for police and fire departments as well as the Air Force Auxiliary. Dr. Jenney also served as a faculty member at Purdue University, serving as an adjunct professor in Organizational Leadership. His experience includes serving as a president and CEO of non-profit organizations. He holds a Ph.D. in Educational Psychology and Higher Education Administration from Purdue and an M.Div and an S.T.M. from Yale University. He served as a contributing editor of William B. Eerdmans Bible Dictionary (1989) and Eerdmans Dictionary of the Bible (2000), as well as written articles for journals.