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The Book on Leadership

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  • Posted December 24, 2011

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    Biblical leadership, not pop culture leadership

    This is an impressive view on leadership that does not take any of its cue from secular wisdom, trends, and pop psychology. Rather, MacArthur takes the approach like he always does: through the word of God. This is a trademark that has always defined John MacArthur, whether he is teaching about salvation, evangelism, heaven, or marriage. This time he does it with the issue of leadership, explored through the life of the Apostle Paul and what defined him as a great leader despite overwhelming obstacles.

    MacArthur outlines great principles that will not only make you more of a godly man and leader, but an excellent resource in anything in life. I recommend this book.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 24, 2004

    Impressive.

    First, the outside cover of this book is extremely impressive. It LOOKS like leather. I had to touch it to make sure that it was not. The edging at the top and bottom of each page is normal, smooth and even. However, the outside edge of each page has an old journal look, uneven or torn. The combined effect draws the eye to the book. ................................... Second, the contents include:..... Earning Trust..... Taking the Initiative...... Taking Courage....... Taking Charge....... A Leader's Devotion to His People....... Paul Defends His Sincerity....... 'Who Is Sufficient for These Things?'....... A Leader Made of Clay......... The Leader's Warfare........ How Not to Be Disqualified........ Who Is Fit to Lead?........ The Measure of a Leader's Success....... About the Author....... Appendix - Twenty-six Characteristics of a True Leader........... Notes.............................................. ............................... ..................................... ........................................ ***** Third, I found the information very helpful. The author uses the apostle Paul to show how leaders today work, as well as, how they should work. Sections of the Bible are quoted throughout the entire book which makes it a pretty decent study guide as well. Very interesting reading! *****

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2014

    Motivating

    John MacArthur is an expert on leadership

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