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This book was written with five categories of people in mind: those who are called to be followers, those who are tired of being followers, those who aren't sure if they're followers or leaders, those who question if there is any value in being a follower and for leaders who want to relate better to followers.The truth is that everyone follows someone, sometime, says the author. For Christ-followers particularly, the Bible rather than culture should be the model. Hahn, himself a follower in the process of becoming a leader, ably addresses such subjects as ambition gone bad, the desire for power, qualities of servants, disciplines that leads to freedom, relationships with leaders and other pertinent issues.
Todd Hahn (M.Div Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary) is a nationally recognized expert on helping churches understand and reach Generation X, adding and programming alternative worship services, and coaching churches through church planting and satellite campus development. He is widely known for his speaking at workshops and conferences at the denominational level and also in the local church context, as well as planting one of the nation's fastest growing and innovative churches, in North Carolina. Todd is the coauthor of Genxers After God: Helping a Generation Pursue Jesus and Reckless HopA