Pressing Toward the Marks of Ministerial Leadership offers insights on leadership, administration, decision-making, ministerial ethics, communication, strategic planning, and teaching, along with other key processes. The book’s ten chapters are based on propositions that have stood the test of time and are descriptive of what occurs in most organizational settings. Throughout the text, the author employs examples based on her experiences since 1980 as a researcher, leader, administrator, teacher/professor, ordained minister, and change agent. This textbook is a must-read for seminarians and ministers-in-training. Additionally, its content might appeal to established pastors seeking to refresh their effectiveness during this era of endless change. Professors in seminaries and religious studies programs might find this resource useful as a supplemental text. E-book available now on Amazon.com . Paperback available wherever books are sold. (P.S. It would be great if you could leave a rating or review on Amazon! Thanks!)
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Description of the Book
Almost every week, we ask ourselves this question: How should we do discipleship in the present day? What is the best way to nourish God’s sheep? In an environment where everything is measured in extremes, what should 21st century discipleship look like? All of us have our conceptualizations of the good old days and the “old time religion” of the past. At the same time, we must be mindful that societal norms are changing all the time, and as they shift, so do the needs and expectations of those who are hungry for a word of hope.
Not only are God’s people hungry, they are also curious about how to survive when things are topsy turvy. As disciples, we must be in a position to provide novel answers to old questions – all based on the word of God. Modern-day disciples continually discern new ways to reach out boldly to those in need of hope. As 21st-century disciples, we are responsible for reaching an audience that spans millions of miles and seven continents. The Internet provides a promising approach to achieving this goal.