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Crossway Books & Bibles On Church Leadership: A Book You'll Actually Read Series

Using his own personal experience and biblical conviction, Mark Driscoll founder of Mars Hill Church in Seattle, examines six important areas of church leadership. Helpful appendices that answer seventeen common practical questions about church leadership, as well as a sample membership covenant and a list of recommended reading for further study on church leadership make this book biblically sound and practically effective!
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Date:March 3, 2011
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I loved this book. It gave me great insight and kept my attention.
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Date:March 30, 2009
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Jeremy Gardiner
Good read. Covers all the major topics regarding Church Government and Leadership. The largest section of the book is on Women in Ministry. For those that are wondering, it promotes a plurality of male elders and allows female deacons.If i was to loan this out i'd give the booklet by Alexander Strauch called "Biblical Eldership" to the older generation and this one to the younger generation. Mark's humor which is scattered throughout this book limits him to younger (-30) people.
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