H Spurgeon on Spiritual Leadership
Any healthy organization reproduces itself. C.H. Spurgeon's passion for raising up future spiritual leaders marked his ministry. Drawing on the strategies of this tremendous man of God, Steve Miller presents C.H. Spurgeon on Spiritual Leadership for leaders interested in understanding...
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Any healthy organization reproduces itself. C.H. Spurgeon's passion for raising up future spiritual leaders marked his ministry. Drawing on the strategies of this tremendous man of God, Steve Miller presents C.H. Spurgeon on Spiritual Leadership for leaders interested in understanding the role of faith and conviction in forming a philosophy of spiritual leadership. Miller highlights the qualities Spurgeon viewed as indispensable to servant-hearted leadership. Here is a comprehensive guide for the church, providing help in developing leaders for today and tomorrow.^HIGHLIGHTSSome essential qualities of leaders include: - A commitment to prayer- A vibrant faith- A moral and ethical integrity- A courage in adversity- A deep burden for the lost
In 1856 Charles Haddon Spurgeon founded Pastor's College, where students were trained as Baptist pastors, missionaries, and teachers of the Bible. Miller shows spiritual leading in action in the life and words of Spurgeon.
Steve Miller is the author of four best-selling books for Watson-Guptill: "Freaks! How to Draw Fantastic Fantasy Creatures; Scared! How to Draw Fantastic Horror Comic Characters; Thunder Lizards! How to Draw Fantastic Dinosaurs; " and "Gung Ho! How to Draw Fantastic Military Characters." Miller has designed toys, comics, roll-playing games, and commercials for more than twelve years. He lives in Canal Winchester, Ohio.
- <div>introduction: Growing Toward Greater Spiritual Leadership1. A Passion For Prayer2. A Faith That Endures3. A Commitment To Holiness4. A Heart For Service5. A Love For The Lord And His Word6. A Willingness To Suffer7. A Zeal For Proclaiming God's Word8. A Passion For Lost Soulsconclusion: The Power Of A Single Focus</div>
As a busy minister, Charles Haddon Spurgeon cherished the rare opportunities that allowed him time to visit with close friends. On one such occasion, when Dr. Theodore Cuyler of Brooklyn came to England, Spurgeon invited him for a walk through the woods-a