I believe that all leaders should be consistent learners. For most, this comes in the form of reading. I’m not sure how it was 20 years ago, but there seems to be a greater number of church leaders putting more stock in current business and secular leadership theories. Many pastors are quoting CEOs and Professors from research schools like Harvard and Princeton.
Is this a healthy trend for the church? Should pastors be spending more time reading the latest leadership theories or the Bible? What is a healthy percentage to spend on each?
What are your thoughts?