As the world's moral standards deteriorate (especially among public figures), we feel a desperate need for models of righteousness and leaders with integrity. George Washington, William Wilberforce, Abraham Lincoln, and Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn all grew in character despite extreme adversities---and their biographies will inspire you to lead with the same spirit of honor. 160 pages, softcover from Baker.
The inspiring stories of four public figures who displayed strength of character in the face of adversity, enabling them to change the world.
Os Guinness is senior fellow of the Trinity Forum, a forum for senior executives and political leaders that examines contemporary ideas in the context of faith. He is the author of several books, including The Call and The American Hour, and coeditor of Invitation to the Classics.