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How to Survive and Thrive as a Church Leader

Nick CuthbertJack Hayford (Fwd)

How to Survive and Thrive as a Church Leader

Nick CuthbertJack Hayford (Fwd)

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In the Christian church, particularly in the West, we face a crisis of leadership. This is mainly a problem of low morale. Recent statistics reveal that large numbers are weary, depressed, want to give up and feel crushed by the job. Pastors have fallen into the busy trap, which flatters their vanity but prevents them from focusing on prayer and preaching. Allowing others to dictate your diary leads to burnout: you cannot satisfy all demands.

The purpose of this book is to underline survial principles. It offers 21 short chapters, each focusing on a single aspect such as 'Prioritising', 'Avoiding the sex trap', 'Mentoring younger leaders', 'Let the Godhead do the work', 'Putting family first', 'Avoiding Busyness'.
- Publisher.

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About "How to Survive and Thrive as a Church Leader"

In the Christian church, particularly in the West, we face a crisis of leadership. This is mainly a problem of low morale. Recent statistics reveal that large numbers are weary, depressed, want to give up and feel crushed by the job. Pastors have fallen into the busy trap, which flatters their vanity but prevents them from focusing on prayer and preaching. Allowing others to dictate your diary leads to burnout: you cannot satisfy all demands.

The purpose of this book is to underline survial principles. It offers 21 short chapters, each focusing on a single aspect such as 'Prioritising', 'Avoiding the sex trap', 'Mentoring younger leaders', 'Let the Godhead do the work', 'Putting family first', 'Avoiding Busyness'.
- Publisher.
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In the Christian church, particularly in the West, we face a crisis of leadership. This is mainly a problem of low morale. Recent statistics reveal that large numbers are weary, depressed, want to give up and feel crushed by the job. Pastors have fallen into the busy trap, which flatters their vanity but prevents them from focusing on prayer and preaching. Allowing others to dictate your diary leads to burnout: you cannot satisfy all demands. The purpose of this book is to underline survival principles. It offers a month's worth of 31 short chapters, each focusing on a single aspect such as 'Prioritising', 'Avoiding the sex trap', 'Mentoring younger leaders', 'Let the Godhead do the work', 'Putting family first', and 'Avoiding Busyness'.
- Publisher

Meet the Authors

Nick Cuthbert

Nick Cuthbert is, with his wife Lois, the founder of Riverside Church in Birmingham U.K. as well as being a lay canon of Birmingham Cathedral. He also travels widely as an evangelist and teacher. He has two married sons and one grandchild.

Jack Hayford (Fwd)

Jack Hayford was the founding pastor of the 12,000-member The Church On The Way which he pastored until recently, chancellor of the King's Seminary in Los Angeles, and president of The International Church of the Foursquare Gospel. He has written more than 36 books and 600 hymns and choruses. His daily radio and weekly television programs reach nationally and globally. This "Pastor to Pastors" now focuses his ministry chiefly on issues of church leadership and on expanded outreach to denominational and interdenominational gatherings at colleges, seminaries, parachurch and other organizations around the world. He and his wife, Anna, live near Los Angeles, California.- Publisher.

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  • Catalogue Code 242401
  • Product Code 1854247611
  • EAN 9781854247612
  • Pages 160
  • Department Academic
  • Category Leadership
  • Sub-Category Church Leadership
  • Publisher Monarch
  • Publication Date Jun 2006
  • Dimensions 198 x 130 x 12 mm
  • Weight 0.181kg

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