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Transformed Leadership: The Role of Spiritual Discipline in Leadership Development
     

Transformed Leadership: The Role of Spiritual Discipline in Leadership Development

by Gary T. Taylor
 

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The need of the church in America today is holiness. When lives are transformed, wholeness and holiness result. Scripture provides the supportive structure for the transformation to take place and addressing this must include spiritual disciplines. Incorporating spiritual disciplines into the lives of individuals and church leaders will make each more effective and

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The need of the church in America today is holiness. When lives are transformed, wholeness and holiness result. Scripture provides the supportive structure for the transformation to take place and addressing this must include spiritual disciplines. Incorporating spiritual disciplines into the lives of individuals and church leaders will make each more effective and churches healthier. We have substituted talent for transformation and skill for sanctification in the church. Core spiritual disciplines need to be practiced to deepen the leader’s relationship with God and to grow into His likeness. Disciplines do not begin but deepen one’s intimacy with God. As core spiritual disciplines are added to the life of the leader in increasing measure, the effective leadership marks will be modeled through individuals in greater amounts. Church leaders cannot rely on talent and charisma they must nurture holiness. This book intentionally challenges the church, those training for Christian leadership, pulpit committees and pastors to incorporate core spiritual disciplines into their lives. Spiritual disciplines provide the supportive structure for the transformation of Romans 12:1-2 to take place.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940148161455
Publisher:
Lucid Books
Publication date:
03/11/2013
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
196
File size:
8 MB

Meet the Author

Gary Taylor is pastor of Calvary Community Church in Albany, Oregon. He earned a Doctor of Ministry degree in pastoral studies from Western Seminary and serves as an adjunct faculty member at Corban University. He and his wife, Melody, are the proud parents of Jonathan (married to Sarah), David (married to Amanda), Rebecca, Benjamin, Caleb and Mary, and grandparents to David Jr.

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