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Leadership as An Identity

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Leadership as An Identity
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Leadership as An Identity

Ask yourself this question: What type of character qualifies the people God chooses to use?

The question itself assumes an atypical answer, simply because it leaves out so much. To ask only about one's character seems inadequate when defining a leader. We surely need to ask about character, but also about personality, communication skills, IQ, education, previous experience, and more... don't we?

Crawford Loritts disagrees. He answers the question with four simple words: Brokenness, communion, servanthood, and obedience.

These four traits form the framework for Leadership as an Identity. By examining each trait, Loritts undermines many pervasive assumptions about leadership that are unbiblical.

According to Loritts, God doesn't look for leaders like the world does. He looks for disciples, and ironically, as these disciples follow Him, they will lead.

^framework for Leadership as an Identity. By examining each trait, Loritts undermines ^many pervasive assumptions about leadership that are unbiblical. According to Loritts, ^God doesn't look for leaders like the world does. He looks for disciples, and ironically, ^as these disciples follow Him, they will lead.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

1. On Assignment from God

Section One: ^Brokenness
2. A Desperate Need for God
3. Surrendering to God
4. Falling ^into Sin
5. The Strength of Weakness
6. Seasons of Brokenness

Section ^Two: Uncommon Communion
7. His Resources
8. His Presence
9. His Direction

Section ^Three: Servanthood as an Identity
10. Authentic Humility
11. The Dignity of ^Serving
12. The Power of Sacrifice

Section Four: Radical, Immediate Obedience
13. ^Staying in the Game
14. Enduring the Challenge
15. The Legacy of Faithfulness

Ask yourself this question: What type of character qualifies the people ^God chooses to use?

The question itself assumes an atypical answer, ^simply because it leaves out so much. To ask only about one's character seems inadequate ^when defining a leader. We surely need to ask about character, but also about personality, ^communication skills, IQ, education, previous experience, and more... don't we?

Crawford ^Loritts disagrees. He answers the question with four simple words: Brokenness, communion, ^servanthood, and obedience.

These four traits form the framework for Leadership ^as an Identity. By examining each trait, Loritts undermines many pervasive ^assumptions about leadership that are unbiblical.

According to Loritts, God ^doesn't look for leaders like the world does. He looks for disciples, and ironically, ^as these disciples follow Him, they will lead.

CRAWFORD LORTTIS (Philadelphia Biblical University; Biola University) ^is the senior pastor of Fellowship Bible Church in Roswell, Georgia. He has written ^numerous articles and is author of six books, including Leadership as an Identity ^and Lessons from a Life Coach. Dr. Loritts and his wife, Karen, have four ^grown children and live in the Atlanta, Georgia area.

There are many definitions and examples of leadership today. My ^friend Crawford Loritts writes that the responsibility of leadership must be received ^as a God-given trust. God builds our inner life to equip us with the convictions, ^the strength, and the resources necessary to lead in ways which leave a legacy for ^future generations. This book will inspire and equip you to become a leader God ^uses for His glory.
-Tony Dungy, Football coach, Indianapolis Colts



- Publisher

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Ask yourself this question: What type of character qualifies the people God chooses to use?

The question itself assumes an atypical answer, simply because it leaves out so much. To ask only about one's character seems inadequate when defining a leader. We surely need to ask about character, but also about personality, communication skills, IQ, education, previous experience, and more... don't we?

Crawford Loritts disagrees. He answers the question with four simple words: Brokenness, communion, servanthood, and obedience.

These four traits form the framework for Leadership as an Identity. By examining each trait, Loritts undermines many pervasive assumptions about leadership that are unbiblical.

According to Loritts, God doesn't look for leaders like the world does. He looks for disciples, and ironically, as these disciples follow Him, they will lead.

^framework for Leadership as an Identity. By examining each trait, Loritts undermines ^many pervasive assumptions about leadership that are unbiblical. According to Loritts, ^God doesn't look for leaders like the world does. He looks for disciples, and ironically, ^as these disciples follow Him, they will lead.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

1. On Assignment from God

Section One: ^Brokenness
2. A Desperate Need for God
3. Surrendering to God
4. Falling ^into Sin
5. The Strength of Weakness
6. Seasons of Brokenness

Section ^Two: Uncommon Communion
7. His Resources
8. His Presence
9. His Direction

Section ^Three: Servanthood as an Identity
10. Authentic Humility
11. The Dignity of ^Serving
12. The Power of Sacrifice

Section Four: Radical, Immediate Obedience
13. ^Staying in the Game
14. Enduring the Challenge
15. The Legacy of Faithfulness

Ask yourself this question: What type of character qualifies the people ^God chooses to use?

The question itself assumes an atypical answer, ^simply because it leaves out so much. To ask only about one's character seems inadequate ^when defining a leader. We surely need to ask about character, but also about personality, ^communication skills, IQ, education, previous experience, and more... don't we?

Crawford ^Loritts disagrees. He answers the question with four simple words: Brokenness, communion, ^servanthood, and obedience.

These four traits form the framework for Leadership ^as an Identity. By examining each trait, Loritts undermines many pervasive ^assumptions about leadership that are unbiblical.

According to Loritts, God ^doesn't look for leaders like the world does. He looks for disciples, and ironically, ^as these disciples follow Him, they will lead.

CRAWFORD LORTTIS (Philadelphia Biblical University; Biola University) ^is the senior pastor of Fellowship Bible Church in Roswell, Georgia. He has written ^numerous articles and is author of six books, including Leadership as an Identity ^and Lessons from a Life Coach. Dr. Loritts and his wife, Karen, have four ^grown children and live in the Atlanta, Georgia area.

There are many definitions and examples of leadership today. My ^friend Crawford Loritts writes that the responsibility of leadership must be received ^as a God-given trust. God builds our inner life to equip us with the convictions, ^the strength, and the resources necessary to lead in ways which leave a legacy for ^future generations. This book will inspire and equip you to become a leader God ^uses for His glory.
-Tony Dungy, Football coach, Indianapolis Colts


- Publisher

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Product Details
  • Catalogue Code 330619
  • Product Code 9781575673073
  • ISBN 157567307X
  • EAN 9781575673073
  • Department Academic
  • Category Leadership
  • Sub-Category General
  • Publisher Moody Publishers
  • Publication Date Jan 2009
  • Sales Rank #75962
  • DRM Adobe
  • Printable No

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