Becoming a Biblical Leader: 30 Days of Scriptural Principle and Spiritual Growth

by Jeremy Norton

Genres: Christian Living, Leadership

ISBN: 9781649605047

136 pages

Price: $9.99

Pursuing biblically-driven personal growth is critical for the leader who desires to have an effective, God-centered ministry. Scriptures like Philippians 1:6 confirm that any call God places upon us will be carried out for His glory and the blessing of others; but growth, cultivation, and harvest require a spirit of honesty and humility and a commitment to conform to the leadership and character of Christ.
Becoming a Biblical Leader: 30 Days of Scriptural Principle and Spiritual Growth beckons the reader to focus on one’s calling as a biblical leader and offers thirty days of simple lessons and reflection as tools to experience the growth necessary to truly lead well.


“In this book, Jeremy approaches leadership in a holistic manner, dealing with ideas and issues that every leader needs to contemplate. Each principle is rooted in God’s Word which is Jeremy’s anchor throughout the book. He also gives a leadership challenge for every principle, allowing the reader to practically apply that principle to their own situation. This is a valuable resource for anyone in leadership, desiring to become the leader that God has called them to become.”
Dave Lane
Satellite Director
Youth Unlimited YFC Sarnia-Lambton

Becoming A Biblical Leader is a thoughtful and practical workbook that can help both individuals and groups as they work through key thoughts about leadership. As a thirty-day daily guide, it is succinct enough to be used in a variety of settings and with a cross-section of people, helping in their foundational development as leaders.”
David Horita
Pacific Region Director
Fellowship of Evangelical Baptist Churches

“Serving Christ in a northern church presents many unique challenges and joys. As seen in the life of Jesus and Paul the wilderness affords opportunity in the journey of knowing God. Pastor Jeremy Norton, in the great tradition of being formed and forming others in Christ, has some wise and generous counsel for those serving fellow believers in the ways of God’s Word. Becoming a Biblical Leader brings us to that far off beach where Paul and the leaders of the Ephesian church knelt down and prayed to God for the sake of Gospel and Church. May we all join them and learn something of what Jesus said concerning leadership; that it was “not so among you” as it is among the Nations. The Jesus way surely begins on our knees.
Rev. Dr. T. Gregory Anderson
Pastor in the North


Jeremy is the lead pastor of Mountainview Church in Whitehorse, Yukon Territory, Canada. He strives to facilitate his life and ministry around his personal mission, “To serve Christ by cultivating biblical leadership through writing, equipping, and communications.”