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Vendor: Abingdon Press
Publication Date: 2012
To become a great team, a group must have a goal that is deeply challenging, a leader who is creatively empowering, and a willingness to work within a collaborative community that honors the Bible.
The Bible is full of examples of great things accomplished through teaming leaders. Scripture also provides a compelling model from which church communities and teams can learn to live and serve in light of the "Divine Team" - the Trinity. Author Robert C. Crosby provides several innovative ways in which biblical teams reflect the workings and nature of the Trinity and thus the image of God.
Revealing what he calls "The Four C's of Great Teams" - The Character, The Carrot, The Coach, and The Context - Crosby shows how successful teams reach their goals more effectively. Conversely, he also addresses the "Four Fatal Teaming Errors" and how to avoid unnecessary, time-consuming missteps.
This book provides biblical motivations, vivid examples, and practical approaches for creating a teaming culture in any faith community. Crosby, a leader who has built teams as a senior pastor, youth leader, and university administrator, is now training and mentoring a new generation of pastors and leaders.
(2012) Robert C. Crosby is a communicator, a ministry leader and writer. He is Professor of Practical Theology at Southeastern University in Lakeland, Florida.
He and his wife, Pamela, have pastored for over 25 years, in New York, Ohio, and Boston. He has served as a Vice President at Southeastern University and currently is training a new generation of young ministers there as Professor of Practical Theology.
Dr.Crosby has written several books including More Than A Savior which wasrecently released by Random House/Multnomah as a Kindle and Nook e-book. He hasa blog and column at Patheos.com andis a contributing writer to ChristianityToday, Leadership Journal and the Pentecostal Evangel. He has a new book coming out in October 2012 called The Teaming Church.
He and his wife, Pamela, have four children. Togethert hey have written two books for Focus on the Family entitled Conversation Starters for Couples and Conversation Starters for Parents & Kids. They also minister to families through Better Together, a conference andresource ministry to churches, families and leaders. He and Pamela speak at marriage conferences throughout the country.