Spiritual Leadership: Moving People on to God's Agenda

by Henry T. Blackaby

Hardcover, 2001





"Instructing those who hold leadership positions-not only in religious capacities but also including CEOs and teachers-best-selling authors Henry and Richard Blackaby teach on approaching leadership from a biblical perspective. The twenty-first century is the most advanced age in history, but effective biblical leadership has never been more needed. Spiritual Leadership will equip those called to lead with the tools to move God's people on to His agenda"--Amazon.com.


B&H Books (2001), 305 pages


½ (58 ratings; 3.9)

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LibraryThing member pastorstevensimpson
A teacher is not a teacher just because she has teaching skills, a teaching degree, a position at a school, a knowledge of her subject, and a curriculum for her class. She is a teacher when her students learn. Likewise, neither credentials, skills, position, nor good intentions make a leader. A
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leader is a leader only when his followers follow. Furthermore, for a spiritual leader, getting people to follow you is not the goal—leading them to take up God’s agenda and effectively do God’s work is. Thanks to Father and Son Blackaby for this tremendously insightful book which has shaped my thinking as a pastor and spiritual leader.
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LibraryThing member torrey23
This book gives excellent advice for leaders. This is particularly true for spiritual leaders. I would recommend reading this book.
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