How to Be Present in An Absent World: A Leader's Guide to Showing Up, Paying Attention, and Becoming Fully Human
: How to Be Present in an Absent World is about cultivating self-awareness that empowers you to take ownership of your life in every area of influence--church, family, the marketplace, and your relationships. Daniel Montgomery, Eboni Webb, and Kenny Silva...
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How to Be Present in an Absent World is about cultivating self-awareness that empowers you to take ownership of your life in every area of influence--church, family, the marketplace, and your relationships. Daniel Montgomery, Eboni Webb, and Kenny Silva guide you through a series of five questions that uncover the five realities of life and leadership--Time (When?), Place (Where?), Body (Who?), Social System (What?), and Story (Why?). When we better understand ourselves we are able to untangle the knotted strands of human personality and move from reflection to a clear call to action. Montgomery, Webb, and Silva explore the nature of Time, Place, Body, Social System, and Story, equipping you with the kind of self-understanding that allows you to overcome obstacles that were previously discouraging and insurmountable. Through radical self-understanding, psychological obstacles are explained, external obstacles are contextualized, and tactics align to manifest one's truest, best, most beautiful life.
Kenny Silva has held every odd job from touring musician to server in a pizza restaurant since his time in the Air Force. At age 25 Kenny launched his own real estate business. Today, he is a Master's of Divinity student at Reformed Theological Seminary and ministers to young adults. Kenny regularly posts on his blog, Transforming Leadership and currently has over 35,000 followers on Twitter. He lives with his wife, Suzanne, and their dog, Cooper, in Nashville, TN.
Daniel Montgomery is founding pastor of Sojourn Community Church, a multi-site congregation with three campuses in Louisville, Kentucky and one in New Albany, Indiana. Sojourn began in 2000 with about sixty people and has grown into a community of nearly four thousand. Daniel now serves Sojourn as pastor of teaching, leadership, and church planting. He has served on a leadership task force for the Southern Baptist Convention and on the board of directors for the Acts 29 church planting network. In 2011, Daniel cofounded the Sojourn Network to multiply churches in North America and beyond. He i