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STRUCTURED FOR MISSION

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  By Alan J. Roxburgh Downers Grove, IL: Intervarsity Press (2015) Paperback, 181 pages Reviewed by Marshall Randall   Much has been written on the subject of church structure and how this impacts leadership. Lately it has been negative—not just thro... More »

MENTORING WITH COMMON SENSE

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The author of Mentoring With Common Sense, Dr. roy W. harris, introduces the concept of mentoring as a ministry that is well worth the investment of our effort and time. Based on his personal experience, he gives practical, biblical, and helpful advice on ment... More »

LEADERSHIP PAIN: THE CLASSROOM FOR GROWTH

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Samuel chand’s Leadership Pain is a book on leadership and its struggles and victories. But most important this is a book about experiencing and working through our pain, hurt, disappointments and betrayal as christian leaders. As chand states in every chapter... More »

THE END OF LEADERSHIP

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Barbara Kellerman urges readers to consider the “other side” of leadership. the thesis of The End of Leadership is that leadership has changed and that today we must embrace a leadership marked not by commanding or controlling but by a focus on helping people ... More »

STRUCTURED FOR MISSION

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Much has been written on the subject of church structure and how this impacts leadership. Lately it has been negative—not just through the eyes of a generation searching for answers but also to those who wonder why the church is appearing to crumble. Structure... More »

FOCUS: THE HIDDEN DRIVER OF EXCELLENCE

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Can a leader be fulfilled and productive at the same time? goleman thinks “Yes” and he makes his case by placing attention, the elusive and underappreciated mental faculty, in the spotlight. in Focus: The Hidden Driver of Excellence, he makes a case for the sc... More »