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Keys - 26 Weekly Devotionals (Paperback): Phil Stern Keys - 26 Weekly Devotionals (Paperback)
Phil Stern
R294 Discovery Miles 2 940 Shipped within 7 - 11 working days

This is a devotional book with 26 weekly devotionals. Many of these stand on their own with keys dealing with "Fear," "Kings & Priests," "The Marketplace," "The land of Israel," "Overcoming Life's Disappointments" and many others. These weekly devotionals are designed to give you a thought for your week so you can meditate on it and let the thought in the devotion stay with you for a week. You can sign up for these weekly devotionals called "The Devotional" by going to www.linkmin.org and in the upper right hand of the home page there is a place for you to register your email. You will then receive these every monday morning. You will enjoy these devotional that will give you keys into the thought topic of each week. Enjoy.

When Sheep Attack - A Pastor's Survival Guide (Paperback): Mark Conn When Sheep Attack - A Pastor's Survival Guide (Paperback)
Mark Conn
R208 Discovery Miles 2 080 Shipped within 7 - 11 working days

It's an unfortunate reality within church ministry that sometimes people get upset. It happens, and you do the best you can with it. It's true that many churches and pastors have marvelous synchronicity and enjoy a mutually-beneficial ministry together. The pastor ministering to the needs of the flock, and the flock protecting and caring for their shepherd. Occasionally though, something goes wrong inside of the flock. Rather than following the pastor's leadership and receiving the pastor's care, one (or more) of the flock begin to turn on their shepherd. Sometimes the build-up is obvious, sometimes it's explosive and comes seemingly from nowhere. Regardless of how it happens, the sheep attack. When sheep attack, the fallout surrounding the attack takes a toll on the shepherd and his family, the flock, and on the attack sheep themselves. Inside you will find some of the common traits of attack sheep, some reasons that sheep attack, and some of the challenges that exist before, during, and after an attack. Before you're through, you will learn some things you can do to stop or lessen the damage of the attack, and some specific steps you can take to pick up the pieces afterwards.

Who's in Charge Around Here? - God's Perfect Plan for Authority (Paperback): John Fergusson Who's in Charge Around Here? - God's Perfect Plan for Authority (Paperback)
John Fergusson
R178 Discovery Miles 1 780 Shipped within 7 - 11 working days

Power corrupts But why? God invented authority so it should be good, wise, loving, honest and necessary But that is not our usual experience. In fact, abused or neglected authority is probably at the root of most of our problems today. What's more, Christians have far more authority than most realize. Find out God's perfect plan When you get this right, it will influence your family, your business, your whole life One pastor said, 'This has totally changed the way I view and run our church ' It will also change your impact and effectiveness as a Christian

Unlimited Partnership - God and the Businessman (Paperback): Bob Yandian Unlimited Partnership - God and the Businessman (Paperback)
Bob Yandian
R97 Discovery Miles 970 Shipped within 7 - 11 working days

Many have allowed God into their personal lives but fail to realize that He also wants to become involved in their business lives. Learn how to incorporate God as the only business partner who is more interested in your success than you are!

Bear Valley and Me - Married to a Church Planter (Paperback): Nancy W Carmack, Samuel W Carmack Ph D Bear Valley and Me - Married to a Church Planter (Paperback)
Nancy W Carmack, Samuel W Carmack Ph D
R160 Discovery Miles 1 600 Shipped within 7 - 11 working days
The Character of a Christian Minister (Paperback): J. C. De La Cruz Phd The Character of a Christian Minister (Paperback)
J. C. De La Cruz Phd
R203 Discovery Miles 2 030 Shipped within 7 - 11 working days

"The Character of a Christian Minister" is a biblical-theological analysis, including an etymological, historical, and contemporary overview on what should be the character of a Christian minister with more than 50 inquiries on the matter to pastors and prolific writers of all the globe. This book is the result of the author's doctoral thesis (the character of a minister). Here readers are challenged to exceed the general thought on the subject and to navigate biblical thought to find its real meaning and personal application. Pastor J. C. De la Cruz believes and suggests that this topic should be a formal matter for seminars, seminaries, institutes and academies of Christian formation. Ignorance of this issue (by pastors as well as the people of God in general) is a determinant factor for the reason why so many "ministers" fall into reproach and the snare of the devil, showing cracks in their character-leaving deep doubts about their call to ministry. This is a book that the ministers of the churches and believers in general should read to learn how to focus when trying to evaluate, choose and confirm a minister of the Gospel (pastor, elder, bishop, deacon, leader, etc.). The material also helps to find and understand God's ideal for a biblical ministry, and therefor a Christian church to become more biblical and healthy.

Effective Leadership - Enquiring & Rebuilding (Paperback): Jonathan C Carey Effective Leadership - Enquiring & Rebuilding (Paperback)
Jonathan C Carey
R194 Discovery Miles 1 940 Shipped within 7 - 11 working days
Discovering Me (Paperback): Andre Thomas Discovering Me (Paperback)
Andre Thomas
R185 Discovery Miles 1 850 Shipped within 7 - 11 working days

In this book Andre Thomas takes his readers through the ultimate quest of self discovery. As you read expect to be illuminated with truth, renewed with hope and empowered with fresh vision for your life Giving you a road map to the best version of you is the purpose of this book

Let God Chart Your Course (Paperback): Dr William F. R. Gilroy Let God Chart Your Course (Paperback)
Dr William F. R. Gilroy
R227 Discovery Miles 2 270 Shipped within 7 - 11 working days

Reflecting on my life and ministry I seek to inform the reader of the active presence of God in our lives. Through various examples I illustrate how God speaks to us, guides us, and encourages us to use the various gifts with which He has blessed us so that our lives might be full, meaningful, and filled with joy.

Church Administration - Developing 21st Century Leaders (Paperback): Shiela Y. Harris Church Administration - Developing 21st Century Leaders (Paperback)
Shiela Y. Harris
R256 Discovery Miles 2 560 Shipped within 7 - 11 working days

Church Administration - Developing 21st Century Leaders is essential for every 21st century church because it enhances the overall balance and meets the spiritual, educational and business needs of the organization with a spirit of excellence.

The Anxious Congregation - Manage Your Fear. Before It Manages You. (Paperback): Ken Thiessen The Anxious Congregation - Manage Your Fear. Before It Manages You. (Paperback)
Ken Thiessen
R451 Discovery Miles 4 510 Shipped within 7 - 11 working days

Grenwich Community Church is a typical local church - a typical "anxious" local church. There's only one small problem. They wouldn't describe themselves as an "anxious" local church. Barry Moffat, a dynamic visionary leader has just arrived on the scene as their new Lead Pastor. There are signs of life, growth, and momentum. But fear lurks beneath the surface, threatening to disrupt the momentum and sense of excitement. Whether you realize it or not, Grenwich Community Church's story is your church's story. Weaving organizational systems principles and theological reflection into Grenwich's story, Ken Thiessen illustrates how anxiety and fear dominate many of the decisions made in every local church. Your local church. He identifies some of the key manifestations of anxiety and fear and outlines healthier ways of acknowledging and managing anxiety so as to help the church better love God and other people. This book has the potential to change your life and the life of your church, but hold on for the ride

The Startup Church - Reaching Millennials Where Faith Meets Business (Paperback): Scott Asai The Startup Church - Reaching Millennials Where Faith Meets Business (Paperback)
Scott Asai; Illustrated by Ronnie Gee; Revised by Lisa Asai
R224 Discovery Miles 2 240 Shipped within 7 - 11 working days

Church sucks. For Millennials between the stages of post-high school to pre-married with children, the church has become an irrelevant, prehistoric and religious institution invisible in the modern era. How can this organization transform its dying ways to become relevant again? The Startup Church reveals the system failure and addresses how it should be fixed. Using business principles and examples, each chapter asks questions for the reader to resolve the "10 Things I Hate About Church." This book lays out the blueprint of how to revolutionize the present day church into the hope for the next generation: faith communities.

The 12 Spheres of Leadership - The 12 Types of Leaders That Shape the Destinies of Nations (Paperback): MR Andre Thomas The 12 Spheres of Leadership - The 12 Types of Leaders That Shape the Destinies of Nations (Paperback)
MR Andre Thomas
R282 Discovery Miles 2 820 Shipped within 7 - 11 working days

This book contains new ground breaking information and revelation for the empowerment and activation of every believer into their unique leadership calling. Everybody is called to lead in an area of gifting and Andre Thomas show you how to discern the gift in you and the sphere of leadership it is meant to influence. The wisdom in these pages will certainly unlock the best version of you and release you as a leader who help shapes the destiny of your nation for Christ Life is about to change for you as the human mind was expanded by divine ideas and thoughts cannot revert back to its original capacity

Fathering - Transforming Individuals and Nations: Fathering Is God's International Leadership Strategy (Paperback): Dr Don... Fathering - Transforming Individuals and Nations: Fathering Is God's International Leadership Strategy (Paperback)
Dr Don Lynch
R248 Discovery Miles 2 480 Shipped within 7 - 11 working days
The Glass of Water - How Far Would You Go to Refresh Your Leader? (Paperback): Andy Elmes The Glass of Water - How Far Would You Go to Refresh Your Leader? (Paperback)
Andy Elmes
R280 Discovery Miles 2 800 Shipped within 7 - 11 working days

A challenging book, written by a Church leader for the Church leader and his team. This powerfully honest book has been written to provoke better communication concerning what the leader actually needs from his team to lead like God has called him to lead. Are you a "mighty man" to your leader? Do you want to know how to be one and what the biblical hallmarks for one are? In this incisive book Pastor Andy Elmes will take you on a journey into your leaders world, helping you to understand and gain a new awareness concerning what your leaders face on a daily basis, challenging every leader to step up to a new level for the sake of the Kingdom. It's time to stop pastors quitting, it's time to start talking about the things we need to talk about. Let the talking begin....

16 Stones - Raising the Level of Your Leadership One Stone at a Time (Paperback, Pre-Release): Dick Wells 16 Stones - Raising the Level of Your Leadership One Stone at a Time (Paperback, Pre-Release)
Dick Wells
R343 R293 Discovery Miles 2 930 Save R50 (15%) Shipped within 7 - 11 working days

These Rock-Solid Principles from a Time-Honored Hero Will Fortify the Way You Lead, Wherever You Lead More than 2500 years ago, one man conquered a monumental task that stands as a model of successful leadership even today. His name was Nehemiah, and his job was to restore to greatness a city that had lain in ruins for more than a century. So where did he start? At the wall. In the ancient world, a wall was essential to the security, significance, and success of any prominent city. Without it, the whole place was exposed to attack by its enemies, and the people inside spent their lives surviving, not thriving. Like Nehemiah, leaders today must do whatever it takes to ensure the productivity of their city, company, church, or family. For Nehemiah, it was to rebuild the walls of Jerusalem. For you, it could be: Turn around a business that is spiraling downward or stuck in a rut Awaken a church that is dwindling and struggling financially Make the radical changes needed in your family Grab hold of a new opportunity that demands a higher level of leadership from you Counter an unexpected challenge to your leadership from inside-or outside-your organization. Whatever you face, the first task is to shore up your leadership, and in this book, Dick Wells outlines 16 steps you can take to raise the level at which you're operating as a leader. With these principles, you get there the same way you raise a wall, one stone at a time. Build each of them into the way you lead, and your organization-or whomever you lead-will become more secure, more significant, and more successful, now and for years to come.

Unshackled and Free - True Stories of Forgiveness (Paperback): C. J. Hitz, Shelley Hitz Unshackled and Free - True Stories of Forgiveness (Paperback)
C. J. Hitz, Shelley Hitz; Edited by Heather Hart
R210 Discovery Miles 2 100 Shipped within 7 - 11 working days

True Stories from Real People We all have a story to tell. And that's what this book is about. It's a collection of 35 true stories of forgiveness to inspire and encourage you. These stories come from 33 different people from various walks of life. So, no matter where you are at in your journey of life, we believe you will find hope within the pages of this book. Unshackled and Free Freedom...isn't that what we truly want? To be unshackled and free from whatever holds us back and imprisons us. The good news is freedom is available to each one of us. No matter where you've been or what's happened to you in your life, freedom is available to you through the transforming power of Christ. Join Us on This Journey Come join us in this journey where you'll meet real people with true stories of forgiveness whose lives were forever changed. You'll be inspired, encouraged and then changed as you apply what you're learning to your own life. "It is for freedom that Christ has set us free. Stand firm, then, and do not let yourselves be burdened again by a yoke of slavery." Galatians 5:1

Military Chaplains as Agents of Peace - Religious Leader Engagement in Conflict and Post-Conflict Environments (Hardcover): S.... Military Chaplains as Agents of Peace - Religious Leader Engagement in Conflict and Post-Conflict Environments (Hardcover)
S. K. Moore
R2,641 Discovery Miles 26 410 Shipped within 7 - 11 working days

Globally, where faith and political processes share the public space with indigenous populations, religious leaders of tolerant voice, who desire to transcend the conflict that often divides their peoples, are coming forward. Affirming and enabling these leaders is increasingly becoming the focus of the reconciliation efforts of peace builders, both internally and externally to existing conflict. By way of theoretical analysis and documented case studies from a number of countries, Military Chaplains as Agents of Peace considers Religious Leader Engagement (RLE) as an emerging domain that advances the cause of reconciliation via the religious peace building of chaplains: A construct that may be generalized to expeditionary, humanitarian, and domestic operational contexts. An overview of the benefits and limitations of RLE is offered and accompanied by a candid discussion of a number of the more perplexing questions related to such operational ministry: Influence Activities, Information Gathering for Intelligence Purposes, and the Protected (Non-Combatant) Status of Chaplains.

Finishing Well - Establishing a Lasting Legacy (Paperback): Dr Richard Clinton, Paul G. Leavenworth Finishing Well - Establishing a Lasting Legacy (Paperback)
Dr Richard Clinton, Paul G. Leavenworth
R292 Discovery Miles 2 920 Shipped within 7 - 11 working days

FINISHING WELL Finishing Well is the third and final book in our Well Trilogy, which focuses on establishing our legacy in later years. Finishing Well gives the reader an opportunity to assess ultimate contributions while navigating necessary transitions in life and leadership in order to establish a lasting legacy. This book is designed to integrate Biblical leadership principals, lessons, and examples with real life experiences to help the reader better understand the dynamics and challenges of growing older and navigating the end game in such a way that they do not hinder God's ultimate purposes for their lives. To put it simply, we want to help older (50- 60s) men and women who have started well, lived and lead well to finish well and leave a lasting legacy for God's glory, their fulfillment, and the next generation's benefit. Our focus in this book is finishing well. Our goals include: 1. Providing an overview of the leadership "landscape" of getting older so that you can anticipate challenges and opportunities in order to cooperate with God in his purposes. 2. Providing Biblical insight and opportunities to examine your spiritual formation and foundation as they relate to moral, relational, and faith barriers that if not dealt with can lead to burnout, blowout, or plateauing. 3. Ministering to your inner life as well as providing information about convergence and afterglow as you prepare to finish well and establish your lasting legacy. 4. Providing Biblical and real life insights and examples for navigating the challenges and embracing the opportunities of end game growth and ministry. It is our desire that Finishing Well will be a blessing to you. How our life and leadership ends, how we make critical transitions to empower the next generation of leaders, and the quality of relationships we have will determine how we finish and the quality of our legacy.

The Test of the Anointed Leadership in the Pulpit to Combat the Wolf, the Dog, - The Little Foxes That Spoil the Vines... The Test of the Anointed Leadership in the Pulpit to Combat the Wolf, the Dog, - The Little Foxes That Spoil the Vines (Paperback)
Dr Louvell a Anderson
R277 Discovery Miles 2 770 Shipped within 7 - 11 working days

A new book of the real vs false prophets and teachers from Biblical viewpoint. It also explains Matthew 7:15. We need to know the real from the false from God's Holy Word the bible and how to combat this evil and darkness and cast it out of the true church of God in Christ worldwide by the authority of Anointed Leaders appointed by God.

8 Powerful Principles to Propel Your Project (Paperback): Rafael Osorio 8 Powerful Principles to Propel Your Project (Paperback)
Rafael Osorio
R199 Discovery Miles 1 990 Shipped within 7 - 11 working days

The book, 8 Powerful Principles to Propel Your Project, is based on two important premises. The first is that the reader has major projects that are beating strongly in their heart, and they are committed to bringing them to fruition throughout their life. It is possible, for various reasons, that some of the readers are in a state of inaction, discouragement, or frustration about their projects. It is my prayer that by reading this book their passion for these projects re-awaken and that they might resume management of these projects and be encouraged to complete them. The second premise is that the realization of any project will not happen automatically or accidentally. In these pages, Rafael Osorio shares, directly, clearly, and concisely, eight principles that will help those who want to propel their project. Knowing and activating these eight principles will certainly help any project come out of the dream stage and advance every day. Each principle tells you that if they are ignored, you will not be able to fulfill your project. No one principle is more important than the other. Rather, the activation of all these principles together will have the effect of fueling and promoting your project. This book is the first of a series of three, where the author intends to share more simple but powerful principles, to promote your projects and achieve your full potential.

Authority in God's Church - The Christian Chain of Command (Paperback): Vernon Sparks Authority in God's Church - The Christian Chain of Command (Paperback)
Vernon Sparks
R235 Discovery Miles 2 350 Shipped within 7 - 11 working days

This is a discussion of the overall chain of command or authority in a Christian church. It discuses the relationship between God, Christ, the Holy Spirit, the Spirit of Prophecy, human leaders, and the believer. It discuses the problems that arise when the proper chain is not maintained, and the consequences of such disruptions. Chapter Titles: Preface Introduction Christ's Representative on Earth The Need for Organization Leadership's Relation to Authority How Leaders Are to Do Their Work Unity In the Church Working Against the Church Church Discipline Conflict God on the Throne-He Guides God's Direct Guidance Will Increase Independence From Authority Counsel Together Obedience to God's Authority The Results of Obedience to God's Authority Usurpation of God's Authority The Results of Usurping God's Authority God's Reproof of His Church The Response to Reproof Examples of Relationship to Authority Appendix A Appendix B

Family Values (Paperback): James E. Crouch Family Values (Paperback)
James E. Crouch
R512 Discovery Miles 5 120 Shipped within 7 - 11 working days

Some people think Tim Sloan is a pastor who acts like a cop. Some think he is a cop masquerading as a pastor. It turns out they are both right. Except that it's no masquerade. The story begins as Tim takes a position as pastor in a small country church deep in the heart of Appalachia. The job is a cover while he investigates his mother's disappearance. Raised in a foster home until he was 18, Tim has always believed that his mother abandoned him at the age of five. Now he has learned that she had returned to the town of Cairns Grove to confront the wealthy man she claimed was Tim's father and to demand child support. She never returned. Tim suspects she was murdered, and he intends to find the killer and avenge her death. His investigation takes longer than he has planned, and over the course of a year he unwittingly becomes embedded in the small Appalachian community and its web of formal and informal family relationships in ways he never anticipated. These relationships challenge both his hard-edged cynicism and his religious beliefs and lead to a surprising revelation: His mother was indeed murdered but not by the person whom he suspects. This discovery forces him to deal with a crisis of faith and conscience. The novel is built on layers of family issues: from the protagonist's search for his mother's killer to compensate for his own lack of a family, to the family crises among the people he is forced to deal with, to his involvement in what may be called a "family church," even to his life in a small community that functions (or dysfunctions) as a family. At least one of his enemies in the novel is a person who claims to have "family values." Some of the novel's tension comes from his outsider status in a close-knit community and his eastern tough-guy image, which leads him early on to a brawl in a parking lot with three young locals. Another source of tension is his frustrated effort to find out what happened to his mother and to exact revenge on the person responsible for her disappearance. That she may have been killed by the man who fathered him is something he refuses to think about. Among the enemies he makes in his search are the man he suspects of causing his mother's disappearance, one of her lovers, and that man's political ally, the former sheriff and county strongman. Among his friends are the current sheriff and two of the church's deacons who become reluctant partners in the quest to find the mother's killer. He becomes especially close to two people who do not share his belief system One, a woman, becomes his romantic partner; the other, a man, openly boasts that he is the "village atheist." A minor parallel plot involves the crisis in one of the church families provoked by a husband's serious abuse of his wife. The story comes to a climax with the intrusion of an outside killer, the discovery of his mother's bones, and his growing realization about who really caused his mother's disappearance. A subtitle of the novel could well be "A year in the life of Tim Sloan," since it describes the changes he undergoes in the course of the novel. Not only does he abandon his unquestioning belief system for a more critical faith, he also makes decisions about his future that surprise both him and his friends.

Reimagining Leadership in Jewish Organizations - Ten Practical Lessons to Help You Implement Change and Achieve Your Goals... Reimagining Leadership in Jewish Organizations - Ten Practical Lessons to Help You Implement Change and Achieve Your Goals (Hardcover)
Misha Galperin; Foreword by Larry Moses
R530 R416 Discovery Miles 4 160 Save R114 (22%) Shipped within 7 - 11 working days
Family Values (Hardcover): James E. Crouch Family Values (Hardcover)
James E. Crouch
R611 Discovery Miles 6 110 Shipped within 7 - 11 working days

Some people think Tim Sloan is a pastor who acts like a cop. Some think he is a cop masquerading as a pastor. It turns out they are both right. Except that it's no masquerade. The story begins as Tim takes a position as pastor in a small country church deep in the heart of Appalachia. The job is a cover while he investigates his mother's disappearance. Raised in a foster home until he was 18, Tim has always believed that his mother abandoned him at the age of five. Now he has learned that she had returned to the town of Cairns Grove to confront the wealthy man she claimed was Tim's father and to demand child support. She never returned. Tim suspects she was murdered, and he intends to find the killer and avenge her death. His investigation takes longer than he has planned, and over the course of a year he unwittingly becomes embedded in the small Appalachian community and its web of formal and informal family relationships in ways he never anticipated. These relationships challenge both his hard-edged cynicism and his religious beliefs and lead to a surprising revelation: His mother was indeed murdered but not by the person whom he suspects. This discovery forces him to deal with a crisis of faith and conscience. The novel is built on layers of family issues: from the protagonist's search for his mother's killer to compensate for his own lack of a family, to the family crises among the people he is forced to deal with, to his involvement in what may be called a "family church," even to his life in a small community that functions (or dysfunctions) as a family. At least one of his enemies in the novel is a person who claims to have "family values." Some of the novel's tension comes from his outsider status in a close-knit community and his eastern tough-guy image, which leads him early on to a brawl in a parking lot with three young locals. Another source of tension is his frustrated effort to find out what happened to his mother and to exact revenge on the person responsible for her disappearance. That she may have been killed by the man who fathered him is something he refuses to think about. Among the enemies he makes in his search are the man he suspects of causing his mother's disappearance, one of her lovers, and that man's political ally, the former sheriff and county strongman. Among his friends are the current sheriff and two of the church's deacons who become reluctant partners in the quest to find the mother's killer. He becomes especially close to two people who do not share his belief system One, a woman, becomes his romantic partner; the other, a man, openly boasts that he is the "village atheist." A minor parallel plot involves the crisis in one of the church families provoked by a husband's serious abuse of his wife. The story comes to a climax with the intrusion of an outside killer, the discovery of his mother's bones, and his growing realization about who really caused his mother's disappearance. A subtitle of the novel could well be "A year in the life of Tim Sloan," since it describes the changes he undergoes in the course of the novel. Not only does he abandon his unquestioning belief system for a more critical faith, he also makes decisions about his future that surprise both him and his friends.

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