Dl Moody on Spiritual Leadership
There are a few persons in the history of Christianity who have more profoundly affected the faith and the church than D.L. Moody. By studying the life of Moody, readers will discover the role of faith and conviction in forging...
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There are a few persons in the history of Christianity who have more profoundly affected the faith and the church than D.L. Moody. By studying the life of Moody, readers will discover the role of faith and conviction in forging a philosophy of spiritual leadership. Each chapter focuses on a different quality evident in Moody's life that he considered essential for leading the church and community. This book is a must have for anyone considering a position of leadership within the church!
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- <div>introduction: The Leader God Uses<br><br>1. A Life Fully Surrenderedto God<br><br>2. An Aboudning Love For People<br><br>3. A Passion For Reaching Lost Souls<br><br>4. A Constant Readiness To Pray<br><br>5. A Dependence Upon The Spirit's Power<br><br>6. A Dedication To God's Word<br><br>7. A Faith That Believes And Trusts God<br><br>8. A Fervent Commitment To Holiness<br><br>9. A Heart Marked By Humility<br><br></div>
This is not your typical book on spiritual leadership. That's because Dwight Lyman Moody was not your typical spiritual leader. There were many reasons Moody should never have become one of the most prominent evangelists and ministers of his day. He had none of the credentials expected of spiritual leaders. He had no formal ministry training. He didn't take the tried-and-true paths to leadership that other Christian leaders head taken. And when he began serving God, he could barely read and write. Put another way, he had significant limitations-many of them.