Shepherd Leadership

Shepherd Leadership Author Blaine McCormick
ISBN-10 0787966339
Year 2003-10-06
Pages 160
Language en
Publisher Jossey-Bass
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The Lord is my shepherd, I shall not want. He maketh me to lie down in green pastures; He leadeth me bedside the still waters; He restoreth my soul. Today's professionals need reliable models to teach them how to become better leaders. In this remarkable book, leadership experts Blaine McCormick and David Davenport introduce us to a new kind of leader by offering a new image of leadership— the leader as shepherd. Drawing on the wisdom of the timeless Twenty-Third Psalm, King David's psalm, the authors provide professionals with ancient wisdom for grappling with today's leadership challenges. Shepherd Leadership offers a much-needed lens through which to consider our own leadership as well as the leadership of those around us. This important book teaches us important lessons about leadership: we can be vigilant without being adversarial, we can serve without being passive, and we can guide without commanding. Shepherd Leadership offers a visionary new model for transforming leadership practices in both corporate and small business settings. This is whole-person leadership. It's not just a matter of thinking or doing things a certain way. It's a fully integrated life— a matter of head and hand and heart. It's a way of thinking and doing and being.

The Shepherd Leader

The Shepherd Leader Author Timothy Z. Witmer
ISBN-10 1596381310
Year 2010
Pages 268
Language en
Publisher P & R Publishing
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Leaders in the church are called to be shepherds, not a board of directors. This requires involvement in a personal shepherding ministry among the people. The Shepherd Leader unpacks the four primary ministries of shepherds-knowing, feeding, leading, and protecting-on macro (church-wide) and micro (personal) levels, providing seven elements to be incorporated into an effective shepherding plan. Book jacket.

The Shepherd Leader at Home

The Shepherd Leader at Home Author Timothy Z. Witmer
ISBN-10 9781433530104
Year 2012-09-30
Pages 176
Language en
Publisher Crossway
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Husbands and dads play a crucial role in the health and survival of the family. That's why leadership expert Tim Witmer has written this book—to strengthen our efforts to lead well. He applies a biblical framework to the role of leadership in the home, showing how effective shepherding involves "knowing, leading, protecting, and providing for your family"; all the while communicating solid principles with a down-to-earth, relatable tone. Find in this book the wise counsel and practical direction that is sure to make a difference in your family today.

The Shepherd As Leader

The Shepherd As Leader Author John MacArthur
ISBN-10 9780736962094
Year 2016-03-01
Pages 224
Language en
Publisher Harvest House Publishers
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"The Shepherd as Leader" is a collection of powerful messages on spiritual leadership from proven leaders like John MacArthur, John Piper, Steven Lawson, and RC Sproul, and includes an abundance of guidance on the key essentials of effective ministry.

Shepherds After My Own Heart

Shepherds After My Own Heart Author Timothy Laniak
ISBN-10 9780830826216
Year 2006-04-18
Pages 313
Language en
Publisher InterVarsity Press
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Shepherds After My Own Heart is a full-length academic treatment of the theme of the shepherd/pastor throughout the whole of scripture. It comprises a detailed study of Ancient Near Eastern understandings of this powerful metaphor, its uses and development in the Old Testament and its employment by the apostolic writers to describe the messianic significance of Jesus Christ, both in his earthly ministry and in his ascended and apocalyptic Lordship over church and world. In doing so, it articulates key elements of a biblical theology of pastoral ministry and leadership.

Pastoral Leadership Is

Pastoral Leadership Is   Author Dave Earley
ISBN-10 9781433673849
Year 2012
Pages 310
Language en
Publisher B&H Publishing Group
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Dozens of brief yet powerful entries for pastors about what it really means to be on-mission, spiritual warriors who lead the local church from a biblical point of view instead of a modern traditional one.

Online Instruments Data Collection and Electronic Measurements Organizational Advancements

Online Instruments  Data Collection  and Electronic Measurements  Organizational Advancements Author Bocarnea, Mihai C.
ISBN-10 9781466621732
Year 2012-10-31
Pages 397
Language en
Publisher IGI Global
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"This book aims to assist researchers in both understanding and utilizing online data collection by providing methodological knowledge related to online research, and by presenting information about the empirical quality, the availability, and the location of specific online instruments"--Provided by publisher.

A Study of Current Leadership Styles in the North African Church

A Study of Current Leadership Styles in the North African Church Author Farida Saïdi
ISBN-10 9781907713804
Year 2013-10-14
Pages 406
Language en
Publisher Langham Monographs
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Indigenous church leadership is a new phenomenon in North Africa. Until recently, non-Muslim background believers were the only leaders of churches in this region. With the current growth of national churches there are increasingly more leaders from a Muslim background leading to a diverse range of leadership styles. This publication explores church leadership in North Africa, investigates common values, beliefs and cultures among church leaders.

The Leadership Style of Jesus

The Leadership Style of Jesus Author Michael Youssef
ISBN-10 9780736952309
Year 2013
Pages 200
Language en
Publisher Harvest House Publishers
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No matter what leadership arena a person serves in--whether leading a family, a church, a civic organization, a company--adopting the leadership example of Jesus will make that person more effective and productive. Leadership is influence, and no leader has had greater influence on the world than Jesus Christ. The lessons of His leadership style are practical, learnable skills that anyone can apply today. Michael Youssef, who has executive experience in worldwide ministries, has examined the leadership Jesus modeled and suggests Christlike qualities every leader needs. But he doesn't stop there. With Jesus as the standard, Dr. Youssef considers how to deal with the temptations and pressures leaders face, including ego, anger, loneliness, criticism, the use of power, and passing the torch to others. Men and women in search of excellence in developing their leadership abilities will find much to aid their quest in this close-up look at Jesus--the greatest leader who ever lived.

Jesus as the Eschatological Davidic Shepherd

Jesus as the Eschatological Davidic Shepherd Author Young S. Chae
ISBN-10 3161488768
Year 2006
Pages 446
Language en
Publisher Mohr Siebeck
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Young S. Chae analyzes the puzzling association of the Son of David with Jesus' healing ministry in the First Gospel. This, along with the Gospel's rich shepherd/sheep images and the theme of the restoration of the lost sheep of the house of Israel, finds a significant clue in the picture of Jesus as the eschatological Davidic Shepherd according to the pattern of the Davidic Shepherd tradition in the Old Testament and Second Temple Judaism. As Matthew communicates the identity and mission of Jesus, he is conversant with this tradition, particularly Ezekiel 34 and 37 as well as Micah 2-5 and Zechariah 9-14. The story of the First Gospel is the story of the return of YHWH as the eschatological Shepherd for the lost sheep of Israel and also that of the one Davidic Shepherd-Appointee as the eschatological Teacher-Prince in the midst of his one eschatological flock.

Biblical Perspectives on Leadership and Organizations

Biblical Perspectives on Leadership and Organizations Author J. Lee Whittington
ISBN-10 9781137478085
Year 2016-04-29
Pages 223
Language en
Publisher Springer
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Biblical Perspectives on Leadership and Organizations links biblically-based principles to the study of organizational practices by examining topics including motives, meaningful work, and spiritual leadership from a biblical perspective integrated with findings from contemporary research.

A Theological Examination of Symbolism in Ezekiel with Emphasis on the Shepherd Metaphor

A Theological Examination of Symbolism in Ezekiel with Emphasis on the Shepherd Metaphor Author Joel K. T. Biwul
ISBN-10 9781783689965
Year 2013-12-14
Pages 330
Language en
Publisher Langham Monographs
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Ezekiel holds true to the prophetic tradition in his use of symbolic sign-acts, particularly the shepherd metaphor found in chapter 34. Addressing the subject of failed leadership in secular and sacred domains, the author points to Ezekiel’s use of symbolism and the shepherd motif to show what society stands to lose under bad leadership and governance.