6 edition of The Leadership of Jesus found in the catalog.
by Regal Books
Written in English
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But this is how Jesus lived — counter-cultural, redefining who a leader should be. The Gospel of Luke contains a wealth of insights into the principles of leadership as Jesus would display them. If we are to live as we are called — set apart from the world — even in our vocations, we must look to Christ as the example for biblical leadership. In their book, Culture Craft, Rick Sessoms and Colin Buckland examined lessons that can be learned by servant leaders from Jesus, especially the John 13 foot washing incident, when Jesus challenged his disciples to follow his example as the servant king. Their text is adapted for in this pair of articles.
Jesus’ leadership emphasized the importance of being discerning with regard to others, without seeking to control them. He cared about the freedom of his followers to choose. Even he, in those moments that mattered so much, had to choose voluntarily to go through . If I had to rank the best leaders in the Bible, the top one would obviously be Jesus. He offered the defining example of servant leadership, was perfect in every way, changed the lives of billions of people in 3 years of ministry, and even rose from the dead.. The second best leader in the Bible is going to place way behind Jesus, but I think there are several people who could qualify: Joseph.
Giesbrecht is a Lead Like Jesus Facilitator and missionary with Freedom In Christ Ministries () and has been personally involved with equipping hundreds and facilitating the training of thousands of leaders internationally. Sheryl’s latest book is entitled It’ll Be Okay: Finding God When Doubt Hides the Truth. But the way Jesus led is often counter-cultural. Jesus says the last shall be first, and a leader will lay down his life for others, not lord over them. Many of these principles for leadership can be found in the gospel of Matthew and still apply today — especially today, in a world so focused on self and achieving one’s worth.
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Beginning with the 'silent years' of Jesus' childhood, through His unique calling, to His leadership in action training and preparing His disciples to turn the world upside down Campbell McAlpine presents a stimulating study of Jesus' yet this book is not merely another volume about spiritual leadership.5/5(2).
Christians know that Jesus led people, but it is not until readers dig into the book of Mark with Briner and Pritchard that you can discover true timeless leadership skills found in the life Jesus lived here on earth. If you only read one book on leadership, may I suggest The Leadership of Jesus.
It is a timeless classic/5(90). It is rare that I review an older book, but this one is so good I wanted to bring attention to this timeless book on leadership.
The Leadership Lessons Of Jesus is easy to read—I read the whole book on 4th of July. But it is also a book to savor and digest all the wisdom found in the pages/5.
Leaders who stand the test of time have something we can learn to elevate our leadership. Here are four timeless lessons from Jesus that are relevant for great leaders : Lee Colan. The Leadership of Jesus book Wilkes is definitely a source of excellent leadership and the reason behind its practice.
He pulls from many respected experts on leadership and presents Jesus' leadership in a very approachable way. Whether you are new to leadership or a seasoned veteran this book is a refreshing and challenging look at the basics of leadership/5(85).
The leadership style of Jesus is one that is unique to any other leadership style known to man. It is clear that the way Jesus led His disciples was a plan for the future of His Church. His strategy in developing disciples was laid out in such a way to spread the Gospel for all time.
This message of Jesus transcends the barriers of culture, time, and history. Jesus replied, “Let it be so now; it is proper for us to do this to fulfill all righteousness.” Then John consented.” (NIV) This act of Jesus sets the foundation for what he would teach his future disciples about servant leadership.
Jesus was obedient to the Holy Spirit. (Mark ). "The quality of preparation determines the quality of performance." ~ Mike Murdock, "Leadership Secrets of Jesus", page 59 There are 58 leadership secrets of Jesus expounded upon in this book.
Three of them are: * Jesus was a problem-solver * Jesus took time to rest * Jesus developed a passion for his goals Much insight is in this book into how Jesus operated in the gift of leadership while he /5.
Jesus on Leadership joins many books about leadership in church and business. Interest and materials about servant leadership have grown in both secular and ministry contexts.
More needs to be written and modeled to provide service-first leadership among God’s people. Too many works start with characteristics of a leader and then, if at all File Size: KB.
the lessons of the leadership style of Jesus to every leadership arena— governments and corporations, churches and schools, military units and sports teams, and the most intimate leadership arena of all, the home.
First Witness: The Father The first proof Jesus offers to confirm his leadership role is the witness of God the Father.
Jesus’ leadership challenge with our modern definition of servant leadership.6 The posture of “following” keeps Peter and all leaders in close relationship with Christ.7 Peter’s commitment to serving others and following Jesus is evident in the changes we see in him after his transformation by the Sea of Tiberius.
In the Book of. This helpful book about the leadership style of Jesus is divided into 5 main parts and 18 principles.
The five parts are: Part 1: The Beginnings of Leadership Part 2: The Qualities of Leadership Part 3: The Temptations of Leadership Part 4: The Problems of Leadership Part 4: The Future of Leadership. The author tells us that the ultimate role model of effective leadership is Jesus/5.
This book is what I’ve been searching for for a long time. The author blends real life scenarios, examples from the Bible and how Jesus executed his leadership.
This book is a must have for aspiring leaders and also experienced leaders/5(62). There are many more interesting findings in this book, and I’d encourage you to read further. For the purposes of our time together, I’m focusing on the characteristics of the successful leader, and correlating that with Jesus’ leadership style.
Two other important. Jesus on Leadership is such a book. When such books are written, they inevitably can have no more than one source. There is not a guild of authors for the books that must be written and must be read. For some time now I have known that Gene Wilkes was working on this book.
Examples of Leadership Leaders Confidence Worry And Stress obeying Responsibility Success And Hard Work Obedience Attending Church Privileges defence, human Submission Joy, And Human Experience Commitment, to God's people Resistance Confusion Bishops.
Jesus wants to set an example for his followers to follow. Theologians describe Jesus as the central figure of the Bible. Even the Old Testament has 55 prophecies pointing to him. It should come as no surprise that Bible verses about leadership can be found in all 66 books of the Holy : Bob Ditmer.
Each chapter this book begins with a quote or parable from Jesus, and goes on to show how his teachings can apply to leadership today. Author Charles C. Manz uses a mix of personal and professional examples to illustrate this principle.7/10(). Jesus did not come to be your leadership guru. He came to die on the cross, for your sin, and in your place.
Yet, he did lead. And we can learn from how he led. Jesus on Leadership is a great book that takes much of the timeless principles of servant leadership and brings them to the forefront of how leaders need to be leading today. This book changed me dramatically, challenging me in many different aspects of leadership.
I think this is a must read for pastors and Christian leaders.4/5. This article is excerpted from Thom and Ed’s book Transformational Church (B&H Publishing, ) and used by permission of the publisher. The book is available through Amazon and Cokesbury.
Related Resources: Jesus’ Lesson for Leading by Bill Wilson; Jesus as a Transformational Leader by Natasha LeShawn Gadson; Leadership Multiplication and the Way of Jesus by Dwight .I know this book is changing lives: It’s changed mine! After more than 40 years as a Christian, serving as a senior leader in two mission agencies, studying with some of the greatest teachers, I was still stunned by the discoveries I made in the course of researching and writing this book.
Jesus is .This day plan from Dr. Michael Youssef will provide the reader with vital leadership principles as demonstrated by the greatest leader of all time - Jesus Himself.
Learn how Jesus' approach to leadership allowed Him to overcome temptation and bring glory to His Father. This devotional is an accompaniment to Dr.
Michael Youssef's book, The Leadership Style of Jesus.