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Number of Pages: 352
Publication Date: 1989
|Dimensions: 8 X 5.25 (inches)|
What are the spiritual dynamics of leadership? How can you be more a person of God, aflame for God, anointed and empowered by God -- truly a Spirit-filled leader? Here are answers that you will read again and again.
Dr. Wesley Duewel has given himself to the cause of missions for more than 70 years. Following ministry in India for nearly 25 years, he served as president of OMS International and is now President Emeritus. Dr. Duewel has a deep love for the Word of God. He has read the entire Bible through nearly 200 times. People around the world have appreciated his biblical insight with more than two million copies of his books in print in over 50 languages. Continuing his active life-long ministry at 96, he teaches a senior adult Sunday School class and enjoys sharing his testimony to Gods faithfulness. He carries a deep concern for the unevangelized millions and a constant emphasis upon prayer as the key to revival.
Pastor DaleNiskayuna, NYAge: Over 65Gender: male5 Stars Out Of 5Awesome book every Christian leader should read!April 8, 2012Pastor DaleNiskayuna, NYAge: Over 65Gender: maleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Probably the most challenging, inspiring, convicting, motivating and practically instructive book on Christian leadership I have ever read! Had to buy two highlighters and ended up highlighting almost every sentence in most of the book! If you are a pastor, Christian leader, servant of God or just a Christian who wants to have a more effective, God-anointed and fruitful ministry for God, this book will challenge you to the depths of your soul and inspire you to greater heights in your service for God!
Jonimae Capinig5 Stars Out Of 5November 8, 2006Jonimae CapinigA must for Christians who would like to be inspired. Every chapter is packed with precious reminders and insights on how to be a passionate follower of Jesus Christ. Every page of this book moves me to be more surrendered. Easy to understand - no theological blah blah here. It's like Wesley is right there before you, encouraging you to walk the faith.