Church Elders: How to Shepherd God's People Like Jesus
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Church Elders: How to Shepherd God's People Like Jesus  -     By: Jeramie Rinne

Church Elders: How to Shepherd God's People Like Jesus

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What does effective church leadership look like?

In this conversational book, Pastor Jeramie Rinne sets forth an easy-to-understand "job description" for elders drawn from the Bible's teaching on church leadership.

Offering practical guidance for new elders and helping church members better understand and support their spiritual leaders, this succinct volume will encourage elders to embrace their calling with grace, wisdom, and clarity of vision.

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Title: Church Elders: How to Shepherd God's People Like Jesus
By: Jeramie Rinne
Format: Hardcover
Number of Pages: 144
Vendor: Crossway
Publication Date: 2014
Dimensions: 7.00 X 5.00 (inches)
Weight: 7 ounces
ISBN: 1433540878
ISBN-13: 9781433540875
Series: 9Marks: Building Healthy Churches
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Publisher's Description

Emphasizing purposeful ministry over project management, this book outlines a clear and concise “job description” for elders, helping church leaders to shepherd their congregations well.

Author Bio

Jeramie Rinne (MDiv, Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary) serves as the senior pastor of Evangelical Community Church in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. He has been a regular contributor to the 9Marks Journal, a devotional writer for the Good Book Company, and an instructor for the Simeon Trust Workshops on biblical exposition. He lives in Abu Dhabi with his wife, Jennifer, and their four children.

Endorsements

Leadership, like the other gifts of the Spirit, is for the edifying of the body of Christ. Paul made it plain to Titus that things were not in order in a church until proper leadership was established. Most unsolved problems in church life can be traced back to defective leadership. Jeramie Rinne unpacks what the Bible has to say about the identity and activity of the local church elder with a freshness and clarity that is profoundly helpful. This is a book that elders can read together to their profit and one that will help a congregation to pray for and support its leaders so that their work will be a joy and not a burden.
-Alistair Begg,
Parkside Church, Cleveland, Ohio

Jeramie Rinne proves it's possible to write both comprehensively and concisely about the office and ministry of church elders. And what a valuable book this is! I found it not simply informative but devotional, helpful to me as a pastor in my love for Jesus and, by extension, his church. I am hard-pressed to think of another book on this subject that is so readily shareable.
-Jared C. Wilson,
Middletown Springs Community Church, Middletown Springs, Vermont

Do you long to see a growing, godly group of mature men in your church who work alongside the full-time pastors to shepherd, teach, and train the congregation for disciple-making? Biblically sharp, wise and, warmly written, this little book is about the essentially collegial nature of church ministry and leadership. Regardless of your view as to how "elders" should be appointed, organized, or named, you will find much here to challenge, encourage, and guide.
-Tony Payne,
Publishing Director, Matthias Media

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