Books on leadership abound. But are the principles upon which these books are grounded found in Scripture? Do they describe the best way for Christians to lead, knowing that they function as ambassadors for Christ as they facilitate meetings, lead people, and manage projects?
In this book, trusted pastor and Bible expositor Warren W. Wiersbe deals biblically with topics that are relevant to Christian leadership, including:
- God’s authority
- Seizing opportunities
- Biblical images of leadership
- Measuring management
- Being a leader versus a boss
- Change management
- Organizational leadership
Whether you’re in a leadership position outside of the church, or you’re a pastor, a deacon, or a church leader, you will find this book engaging and transformative.
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- Discusses topics that are relevant to Christian leadership
- Prepares new leaders to meet future challenges and changes
- Offers material that ties into the companion title On Being a Servant of God
- Title: On Being a Leader for God
- Authors: Warren W. Wiersbe
- Publisher: Baker
- Publication Date: 2011
- Pages: 144
About Warren W. Wiersbe
Warren W. Wiersbe, the “pastor’s pastor,” is a noted scholar and theologian. He is the author or editor of more than 160 books; he is most-known for his popular “Be” Series. Wiersbe has served as a director of The Literature Division for Youth for Christ International; speaker on the Songs in the Night radio program; professor of practical theology at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School; chairman of the board of the Slavic Gospel Association; writer in residence at Cornerstone University; and distinguished professor of preaching at Grand Rapids Theological Seminary. Today his primary ministry is serving others through writing.