Kingdom Collaborators: Eight Signature Practices of Leaders Who Turn the World Upside Down
:"These who have turned the world upside down have come here too." (Acts 17:6) When Paul and Silas came to Thessalonica, they changed the community. How? By collaborating with God to bring his kingdom on earth. Will you collaborate...
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:"These who have turned the world upside down have come here too." (Acts 17:6) When Paul and Silas came to Thessalonica, they changed the community. How? By collaborating with God to bring his kingdom on earth. Will you collaborate on God's kingdom work in your community? If you're ready to see God move in all areas-business, education, media, arts, healthcare, spiritual growth, and more-this is the book for you. Leadership expert Reggie McNeal offers eight signature practices for leaders who want to partner with God and others for kingdom growth. Readers will gain practical advice to help people experience life as God intends.
Reggie McNeal is the director of leadership development for the South Carolina Baptist Convention. Through his various leadership roles, from local congregational settings to denominational positions to seminary classrooms to coach and consultant for thousands of spiritual leaders, he has been devoted to helping leaders understand and practice true leadership greatness. McNeal is the author of Revolution in Leadership: Training Apostles for Tomorrow's Church (Abingdon Press), along with A Work of Heart: Understanding How God Shapes Spiritual Leaders and the best-selling The Present Future: Six Tough Questions for the Church, both from Jossey-Bass.
- :introduction: Thy Kingdom Come
- 1. Pray With Eyes Wide Open
- 2. Foment Dissatisfaction With The Status Quo
- 3. Combine Social And Spiritual Entrepreneurship
- 4. Marry Vision And Action
- 5. Shape A People-development Culture
- 6. Curry Leadership Curiosity
- 7. Call The Party
- 8. Maintain (a Pain-tinged) Optimism
- 9. Accelerate Your Impact
- For Further Reflection/group Discussion