The Leadership Dynamic: A Biblical Model for Raising Effective Leaders [NOOK Book]

Overview

Offers a time-tested, biblical model of leadership
development that prepares churches to produce leaders not just for
the church but for all spheres of society.


"The true test of a leader," according ...

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The Leadership Dynamic: A Biblical Model for Raising Effective Leaders

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Overview

Offers a time-tested, biblical model of leadership
development that prepares churches to produce leaders not just for
the church but for all spheres of society.


"The true test of a leader," according to Harry Reeder, "is
not how many followers he has but the strategic effectiveness of
the other leaders he develops and deploys." That model of
developing and deploying church leaders in ever-increasing waves is
at the heart of The Leadership Dynamic
.


The church's responsibility, however, does not end there, says
Reeder. The body of Christ also needs to resume its role as
society's definer of leadership by sending godly, trained men into
all areas of culture, rather than keeping them solely within the
church.


Beginning with the examples of Jesus and Paul, Reeder presents a
model of multiplication that intentionally and continuously raises
up other leaders. With its three-pronged approach to leadership
development, this book guides readers through a time-tested
paradigm that works in real life and is fully grounded in
Scripture. The principles, personal illustrations, and practical
ideas it contains will effectively equip leaders and the church for
their task of transforming first the body of Christ and then our
culture.



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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781433521102
  • Publisher: Crossway
  • Publication date: 8/8/2008
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 502 KB

Meet the Author

HARRY L. REEDER III earned an MDiv from
Westminster Theological Seminary and a DMin from Reformed
Theological Seminary. He is senior pastor of the 4,000-member
Briarwood Presbyterian Church in Birmingham, Alabama. He is also
the author of From Embers to a Flame.


ROD GRAGG has written numerous historical
books, articles, and film documentaries. He is adjunct professor of
history at Coastal Carolina University, has been a political
consultant for more than fifteen political campaigns, and has an
extensive background in journalism.



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