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Growing Leaders: Reflections on leadership, life and Jesus #2020

Growing Leaders: Reflections on leadership, life and Jesus By James Lawrence Growing Leaders Reflections on leadership life and Jesus Seven out of ten Christian leaders feel overworked four in ten suffer financial pressures only two in ten have had management training and give up their job over a ten year period At the same
  • Title: Growing Leaders: Reflections on leadership, life and Jesus
  • Author: James Lawrence
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  • Page: 498
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  • Growing Leaders: Reflections on leadership, life and Jesus By James Lawrence Seven out of ten Christian leaders feel overworked, four in ten suffer financial pressures, only two in ten have had management training, and 1,500 give up their job over a ten year period At the same time, as financial restrictions affect the availability of full time ministers, people are needed for leadership roles in local congregations, for every area of churchSeven out of ten Christian leaders feel overworked, four in ten suffer financial pressures, only two in ten have had management training, and 1,500 give up their job over a ten year period At the same time, as financial restrictions affect the availability of full time ministers, people are needed for leadership roles in local congregations, for every area of church work This book faces the challenge of raising up new leaders and helping existing leaders to mature, using the model for growing leaders at the heart of the Arrow Leadership Programme, a ministry of the Church Pastoral Aid Society CPAS It comprehensively surveys leadership skills and styles, discerning our personal calling, avoiding the red zone of stress, developing character, and living as part of the community of God s people The book contains an introduction and 12 chapters, in six sections, plus conclusion, epilogue and resources section Part 1 Leadership today Part 2 Growing leaders know they re chosen Part 3 Growing leaders discern God s call Part 4 Growing leaders develop Christ like character Part 5 Growing leaders cultivate competence Part 6 Growing leaders lead in community A comprehensive, practical and very readable analysis of the art of leadership J John The most thoughtful, rigorous and engaging study of Christian leadership that I have read Jill Garrett, former MD of Gallup UK and Director of Caret Consulting Biblically solid and organisationally aware, rich in resources and practical help Leighton Ford, founder of the Arrow Leadership Programme He combines the latest research and literature with an understanding of church leadership and won t let either run away from scripture Hugh Palmer, Christ Church, Fulwood
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    1. A broad ranging book that explores a great many facets of Christian leadership everything from personal character to team dynamics I especially appreciated Lawrence s thoughts on community, leading in relationship and engaging in team.The book is written from Lawrence s British Anglican perspective, so I could imagine that some of his cultural references may get lost on North American readers, but not so much that it would severely lessen the impact and import of his message.



    2. Growing Leaders is a really valuable resource, packed full of practical suggestions and insights which I will certainly revisit, reflect upon and apply.



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