The Art of Mentoring
Darlene Zschech, one of the world's most respected worship leaders, writes honestly and realistically of how both current leaders and those coming along after them can overcome hurdles and by the grace of God work together for the good of...
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Darlene Zschech, one of the world's most respected worship leaders, writes honestly and realistically of how both current leaders and those coming along after them can overcome hurdles and by the grace of God work together for the good of the church. In this critical message, she urgently challenges the church to raise up a new generation of leaders whose hearts are centered on God. Her leadership at Hillsong Church combined with her international work has created a passion for mentoring those who share her heart for God. Zschech speaks with an artist's voice that will reach people who might bypass the more business-oriented books.
Darlene Zschech and her husband, Mark, are senior pastors of Hope Unlimited Church, which meets in various campuses across the Central Coast of New South Wales, Australia. Acclaimed worldwide as a singer, songwriter, worship leader, author, and speaker, Darlene is perhaps most famous for "Shout to the Lord," a song that is sung by millions of churchgoers every week and has been covered by many other artists.
Many years ago the Zschech family made a life commitment to do whatever they could to bring the message of Jesus Christ and relief to human suffering. One of their great joys in life has been to work with Compassion International, serving the world's poorest people, and offering many different projects in developing nations. Notable among these has been the Hope:Rwanda project, set up in 2006, and expanding into HOPE:Global, which now operates in Rwanda, Cambodia, India, and Vanuatu.
Darlene and Mark live on the Central Coast of New South Wales, with their three daughters, two sons-in-law, and three grandchildren.
Some of her publications include Worship Changes Everything, Revealing Jesus, The Art of Mentoring, Extravagant Worship and The Great Generational Transition.