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If you were to "build" a Christian leader from the ground up, what would you include? Godly character? Pure motives? A servant attitude? Malphurs examines scriptural models of early church leaders; discusses qualities such as credibility, capability, and influence; and shows how to improve your children's leadership. Includes discussion questions and audits for assessing leadership potential. 240 pages, softcover from Baker.
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Date:October 7, 2008
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Pete Patterson
Excellent! A must read for all Elders, Deacons, Overseers, Board Members. Good training material for senior pastors.
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Date:December 27, 2003
This book is the second one I have read by Aubrey Malphurs. The first one dealt with values-driven leadership in general, this one focuses on the role of the pastor in particular. His comments in both volumes are insightful and inspirational.The most memorable point Malphurs makes is that the primary job of a shepherd is not just to love, but to lead. He refutes the popular notion that being a shepherd of God's people implies focusing on the ministry of pastoral care. While pastoral care should not be neglected, the biblical truth is that the shepherds primarily lead. Getting back to this scriptural pattern will empower the church to be a more effective, transforming force in the world today.Malphurs' work is always top-notch. He is profound, yet not difficult to follow. He is deep, but never bogged down. I recommend this work highly to all Christian pastors.
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