Project Description


Pastor Jide loves to learn and therefore reads a lot. His favorite authors are Dr. David O. Oyedepo, Dr. Myles Munroe and John C. Maxwell.

He is a man of great humility and an embodiment of the grace of God. Read along with Pastor Jide and get ready to be a part of what God is doing in this season. Readers are truly Leaders.

What book is Pastor Jide reading this month?

Following the Path of the Eagle
Following the Path of the Eagle- David Oyedepo

This book will push you out of mediocrity and cause you to strive for greatness. You may be born again already but it’s not an automatic ticket for greatness; you must be willing to pay the price.
In seven chapters, 144 pages, the author educates the reader on becoming the best version of one’s self-drawing lessons from a physical eagle. He says just like an eagle is ordained to soar, God has ordained you to soar but this is not obtainable without first looking into God’s word in order to realize your spiritual identity. In the author’s words, ‘no one arrives at a future he cannot see‘. It, therefore, beholds on you to take the responsibility of discovering yourself through the word of God.

Soar - T.D. Jakes

A personal growth tool comprised of reflections, journaling exercises, and other interactive applications that expand on SOAR! drawing from its core themes and principles.

In this interactive study guide, New York Times bestselling author and beloved pastor Bishop T.D. Jakes helps aspiring entrepreneurs to transform their latent dreams into reality. Here are the practical, step by step tools, needed to ignite imagination into action–the perfect flight plan for launching the entrepreneurial drive inside each of us.

Each of the chapters correspond with the chapters of Jakes’ SOAR! expanding on its core themes and offering new strategies to encourage and equip readers in their entrepreneurial pursuits.


The Potential Principle
The Potential Principle - Mark Sanborn

You may honestly be able to say (and have others say about you) that you are the absolute best in your field–the best athlete, scholar, CEO, parent, mathematician, teacher, mechanic . . . whatever it is that you fill out the “occupation” box with. But being the best at something only means you are better than everyone else. It doesn’t mean you are the best you. Your potential is higher than where you are right now.
Leadership expert and internationally bestselling author of The Fred Factor and You Don’t Need a Title to Be a Leader, Mark Sanborn invites you to get better. Not better than others, but better than you! By learning to employ Sanborn’s uniquely designed “Potential Matrix” to specific areas of their lives, readers can gain the tools they need to see breakthrough improvements in places they previously thought had reached their maximum potential.

The Rules of Work
The Rules of Work- Richard Templar

Some people are simply great at their job. They always seem to say the right thing; do the right thing. They are mentioned in every conversation. Everybody likes them. They get promoted. They get pay rises. They get along with the boss. And somehow, they do all these things without being unpleasant, breaking much of a sweat or seeming to put in excess effort. And when they are offered another step up the corporate ladder or a fabulous new job, no one is surprised. After all, they have ‘potential’ written all over them. How do they do it? Do they know some secret we don’t? Yes, they know The Rules of Work. These rules aren’t about how to do your job, day-to-day (assuming you are pretty good at that already)
The Rules of Work are about how you are seen to be doing it. They are about how you appear to others. And they are about helping you to achieve the success you richly deserve..

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