Lead So Others Can Follow: 12 Practices and Principles for Ministry

Lead So Others Can Follow: 12 Practices and Principles for Ministry

by James T. Bradford, Byron Klaus

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ISBN-13: 9781680670684
Publisher: Salubris Resources
Publication date: 09/01/2015
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 144
File size: 957 KB

About the Author

Dr. James T. Bradford is author of Preaching and Second Chronicles Seven:Fourteen. He holds a PhD in aerospace engineering from the University of Minnesota. While in college, he led a Bible study that eventually grew into a university church. Upon graduation in 1979, Jim entered full-time ministry with that campus outreach. Since then, he has served growing faith-based communities in British Columbia, California, and Missouri. Currently he travels the world speaking on leadership and church growth in his role as general secretary of the Assemblies of God, which was recently recognized as the fourth-largest Christian movement in the world. He and his wife, Sandi, have two daughters and reside in Springfield, Missouri.

About the Foreword Author

Byron Klaus has served as president of the Assemblies of God Theological Seminary since 1999. Prior to his appointment as AGTS president, he served at Vanguard University, and at local churches in California, Texas, and Illinois. His commitment to leadership development in growing churches around the world has taken him to preach and to develop leaders in over 50 nations. Dr. Klaus' scholarly work includes publications and books published by Baker Book House, Moody Press, Logion Press, Regal Books, Hendrickson Publishers, Regnum Books International, and Routledge. He is coeditor of Called and Empowered: Global Mission in Pentecostal Perspective and The Globalization of Pentecostalism: A Religion Made to Travel.


Byron Klaus has served as president of the Assemblies of God Theological Seminary since 1999. Prior to his appointment as AGTS president, he served at Vanguard University, and at local churches in California, Texas, and Illinois. His commitment to leadership development in growing churches around the world has taken him to preach and to develop leaders in over 50 nations. Dr. Klaus' scholarly work includes publications and books published by Baker Book House, Moody Press, Logion Press, Regal Books, Hendrickson Publishers, Regnum Books International, and Routledge. He is coeditor of Called and Empowered: Global Mission in Pentecostal Perspective and The Globalization of Pentecostalism: A Religion Made to Travel.

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