Exploring the biblical models of shepherding, mentoring, and equipping, They Smell Like Sheep unlocks the secrets of leadership for anyone.
What kind of leadership will effectively lead the church into the morally turbulent twenty-first century? The same kind of leadership that led it through the morally and politically chaotic first century. Shepherding.
This is the kind of leadership Jesus used, and this is the kind of leadership that will take his church where he wants it to go.
While the term "shepherd" produces warm images of love, care, and tenderness, it also describes a form of leadership that is perilously protective, dangerous, dirty, and smelly.
"Shepherd" is something that every follower of Christ, the Good Shepherd, is called to become.
Lynn Anderson, in this important book, leads us backwards in time to discover and identify the biblical leader for the future needs of the Christian community. Anderson's deep dig for truth will concern, convict, and confront us about where leadership has been, and will set a new standard for where the future leader must go.
|Introduction: Stepping into the Pasture|
|A Biblical Look at Spiritual Leadership Principles: The Sort of Things Leaders Do|
|Shepherds on the Hills of Bible History|
|Distorted Leadership Models|
|Fast-Lane Flocks and Cyber-World Shepherds|
|Those Who Have Walked a Long Time in the Same Direction|
|How to Mentor|
|"Use 'Em or|
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Number Of Pages: 248
Published: 1st April 1997
Publisher: Howard Publishing
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 22.9 x 15.2 x 2.0
Weight (kg): 0.29
Edition Number: 1