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Keeping heart for the demanding work of ministry hingeson leaders’ ability to discern God at hart in their own lives, shaping their hearts to embrace the particular ministries to whichthey are called.
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A Practical Guide for Hdart and Ministry. In typical McNeal fashion, this book makes the connectionbetween the truths of Scripture and the real world the leader livesin. We’ll publish them on our site once we’ve reviewed them. Account Options Sign in. He explores the shaping influence of culture, call, community, conflict, and the commonplace.
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Rrggie is the world’s largest site for readers with over 50 million reviews. Once again I’m forced to write a review of a Christian leadership book and once again, I’m of two minds. Description Revised and updated edition of the classic work on spiritual leadership In A Work of Heart, bestselling author and missional expert Reggie McNeal helps leaders reflect on the ways in which God is shaping them by letting us see God at work in the lives of four quintessential biblical leaders: The Character of Leadership: Seventh-day Adventist Church Manual.
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He explores the shaping influence of culture, call, community, conflict, and the commonplace. Culture–the times and theenvironment in which a leader is raised; Call–the leader’spersonal call by God to mission; Community–the people whoshape and sustain the leader; Communion–the leader’s personalrelationship with God; Conflict–the leader’s engagement ofdestructive forces in life and ministry; and Commonplace–thedaily choices of living.
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Clifton, past chairman, The GallupOrganization “This is a must-read for present and emerging leaders who desireto balance practical leadership techniques with a heart shaped byGod. McNeal identifies the formative influences upon these leaders, which he sees as God’s ways of working in their lives: Moses, David, Jesus, and Paul.
Drawing on twenty years of leadership roles inlocal congregations and his yeart over the last two decades withthousands of clergy and church leaders, McNeal counsels localchurches, denominational groups, seminaries and colleges, yeart organizations in their leadership developmentneeds.
The review must be at least 50 characters long. To demonstrate the book’s key points, McNeal leads readers on anexcursion into the heart-shaping drama of four major Biblicalleaders: