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|Format: DRM Free ePub|
Publication Date: 2012
Availability: In Stock
Leading, Teaching, and Making Disciples chronicles author Michael Mitchells educational pilgrimage and asserts his conviction that God has provided a design for making disciple-followers. Reflecting upon biblical wisdom affirmed by nearly four decades of frontline experience, he produces unique and practical models for teaching and leading. His work identifies and integrates the strategic ideas that promote excellence in discipleship and produce service that is truly great and global.
Living out the principles and procedures laid out in Leading, Teaching, and Making Disciples will enable both emerging and seasoned Christian educators to become world-class servants. Here, readers will encounter the keys to effective missional ministry. They will also come to a better understanding of the content and context of education and how to separate the chaff from the wheat in the vast field of available information.