In just three years, Jesus turned simple disciples into transformational leaders. How did he do it? Sharing biblical principles and practical examples, Felter shows how to mold a group into a community. Discover how to cross boundary lines, implement change, manage mission, rise above the status quo, develop consensus-driven solutions, and more. 96 pages, softcover from Beacon Hill.
What Jesus did with twelve men in just three years is extraordinary. Using an array of strategies and principles, he created a conducive environment for collaboration and success and was able to turn simple disciples into transformational leaders.In Six Leadership Principles from the Gospels, David Felter examines the principles and strategies that Jesus used in His ministry and shows how these can be applied to help leaders transform a group into a community. Using practical examples and solid biblical evidence, Felter explores the dynamics of forming a community, how to cross boundary lines, ways to implement change and manage mission, and the essentials of rising above the status quo. With relevance and perception, Felter helps leaders understand the transformational leadership principles of Christ and then put them into practice.
David J. Felter is the editor in chief of Holiness Today and general editor for the Church of the Nazarene. He has studied organizational management from a variety of perspectives. As a parish pastor, he applied the principles of Jesus’ ministry strategies both as a preacher and as one called to the cure of souls. He has written numerous articles, educational leader’s guides, and the book, In Search of Eden: Understanding New Age Thought. He lives in Overland Park, Kansas, with his wife, Sandy.
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