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STRUCTURED FOR MISSION

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By Alan J. Roxburgh; Downers Grove, IL: Intervarsity Press (2015); 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 through the eyes of a generation sear... 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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  By Barbara Kellerman; New York, NY: Harper Business (2012); Reviewed by RICHARD APARECIDOTEIXEIRA FIGUEREDO Barbara Kellerman urges readers to consider the “other side” of leadership. The thesis of The End of Leadership is that leadership has changed an... 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 »