Book Review: Live Love Lead by Brian Houston

Posted: September 27, 2015 in Uncategorized
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Live Love Lead: Your Best Is Yet to Come! was written by Brian Houston is founder and global senior pastor of Hillsong Church. In this leadership book, Houston spends a lot of time talking about living the big life God intends for us all. That phrase “big life” may sound off putting to some, especially since it is written by the pastor of one of the largest churches in the world, but what he is really talking about as a life fully surrendered to Christ, where the power of God is “free” to use us to do the things He intends for us. As such, this is a wonderful book. Houston peppers this book with transparent stories about the high and low points in life and the ways that he has seen God work and move. This is a great book for any believer, but especially for those of us who feel God’s call to lead on our lives, whether that be in a pastoral setting, group leader setting or even called to leadership in the home.

This book was written by the pastor of a church whose creativity is impacting the church in major ways. As such it is a must read, for anyone interested in creative ministry, especially for those who seek to lead other creatives. Also, I don’t believe it was any accident that I received this book at a time of ministry transition and I found it immensely valuable for what I am going through right now. I believe you will find it valuable too.

You can learn more about the book at or pick up Live Love Lead: Your Best Is Yet to Come! at


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