Biblical Keys to Spiritual Leadership

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Xulon Press, 2007 - 128 sider
The book was written to teach biblically-based leadership skills to leaders that have been called and chosen in their church to reclaim America's Christian heritage. This book is also applicable to all leadership positions in general. The book's purpose is to develop spiritual leaders for use in God's kingdom. The first part of the book teaches the biblical skills a leader must possess in order to develop the Christian walk, commune, fellowship, and to hear God speak. God is the true leader. After God speaks, the leader executes God's battle plan. The following chapters of the book discuss the sacrifices a leader must endure and the price to be paid in the leadership role. This allows the prospective leader to count the cost of leadership before making the final decision to follow God's plan. The remainder of the book teaches the biblical principles of spiritual leadership. This book emphasizes the fact that the spiritual leader must operate in revelation knowledge. Terry Redmon is a retired electrical engineer who is experienced in technical writing. He graduated from a two-year Bible school. He is co-founder of a ministry to reclaim America's Christian heritage. He has been intensely involved in getting the Bible curriculum back into the public school systems. He and his wife were the "salt and light," recipients at the Reclaiming America for Christ Conference in 2003. The author has taught a number of workshops on reclaiming America's Christian heritage. He has appeared on The 700 Club, the Canadian Broadcasting Company, and the four TV stations in Nashville. He has been interview by a number of newspapers, including The Nashville Tennessean, Wilson county Democrat, and others. He has also appeared on all of the major radio stations in the area.
 

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