Your head sits heavily in your hands as the last employee turns out the last light and goes home for the night, leaving you alone in the dark with your failure and desperation. This scene is played out daily in offices all over America, as leaders in corporations, churches, and organizations free-fall from moral or ethical failure.
Wayde Goodall has observed this quagmire for decades, counselling those who have thrown away their families and their futures for a moment of pleasure or profit. Profiling well-known leaders who’ve had a fall from grace, Goodall notes the common traits, warning signs, and most importantly, a plan for avoiding such deadly traps of the soul.
For everyone who has found himself in this terrible dilemma—and to those who can still avoid it—this book is like a beacon. There is a fail-safe guide for remaining on the right path, and Why Great Men Fall illustrates that safe route in a riveting way.
About the author
Dr. Wayde Goodall is Dean of the College of Ministry at Northwest University, Kirkland, Washington. He is founder of WorldWideFamily.org which ministers to families, couples, men, pastors, and leaders in over 30 nations. He has written and co-authored 14 books including Why Great Men Fall. Wayde and his wife Rosalyn are the founding Pastors of Vienna Christian Center, in Vienna, Austria.