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by Wyndham Shaw,Gordon Ferguson

  • Author: Wyndham Shaw,Gordon Ferguson
  • ISBN: 1577821327
  • ISBN13: 978-1577821328
  • ePub: 1349 kb | FB2: 1121 kb
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: DPI (2001)
  • Pages: 198
  • Rating: 4.7/5
  • Votes: 721
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book by Gordon Ferguson. This book brings to mind the NIV rendering of Proverbs 25:11: A word aptly spoken is like apples of gold in settings of silver. by Gordon Ferguson and Wyndham Shaw.

The Golden Book of Springfield is a mystic, utopian book by American poet Vachel Lindsay. It is the only extended, narrative work of prose fiction written by Lindsay. Written from 1904 to 1918 and published in 1920, it has historically been classified as a work of utopian fiction. The Golden Book of Springfield is a story about Lindsay's hometown of Springfield, Illinois in 1918 and in 2018, when residents of the city work to transform the city into a utopian paradise-city.

An inspired team is a team that can overcome unexpected challenges and .

An inspired team is a team that can overcome unexpected challenges and disruptions. Conversely, an uninspired group most definitely will not. 5. Make course corrections. The further you rise up the leadership chain, the more reverberations your decisions make. I’ve witnessed many times where a strategic adjustment has been made with one department’s or group’s best interest in mind, only to have some undesirable, unintended consequences on another group. 7. Don’t forget where you started.

Gordon Ferguson and Wyndham Shaw, Golden Rule Leadership (Billerica, MA: Discipleship Publications International, 2001). Published by Pepperdine Digital Commons, 2010. to develop a team leadership of elders, evangelists and teachers who respect and appreciate each other's different gifts, and who promote an interdependence on each other in practice. Wyndham shaw [s an evangelist and elder in the boston church of chrjst. He and gordon ferguson authored golden rule leadership.

Team of Teams: New Rules of Engagement for a Complex World by Ge. Chris Fussell is a Partner at the McChrystal Group Leadership Institute and coauthor of the Team of Teams, a New York Times bestseller and the first book in the Team of Teams series

Chris Fussell is a Partner at the McChrystal Group Leadership Institute and coauthor of the Team of Teams, a New York Times bestseller and the first book in the Team of Teams series. He was commissioned as a Naval Officer in 1997 and spent the next 15 years on . Navy SEAL Teams around the globe. He then served as Aide-de-Camp to Lieutenant General Stanley McChrystal during McChrystal’s final year commanding a Joint Special Operations Task Force fighting Al Qaeda around the globe.

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Listen to books in audio format. John Wyndham wrote strong, imaginative fiction years before fame came his way, and this is a collection of some of his pieces from those days. Already remarkable are his sense of movement, his sense of invention, his sense of style. The four exciting episodes related here deal with the parts they played in the building of the Space Station, the occupation of the Moon, the first landing on Mars, and the trouble about Venus. John Wyndham, author of The Day of the Triffids and The Kraken Wakes, stays strictly on the tram-lines of future possibility in this book, which he has written in collaboration with Lucas Parkes as technical adviser.

This book brings to mind the NIV rendering of Proverbs 25:11: "A word aptly spoken is like apples of gold in settings of silver." Gordon Ferguson and Wyndham Shaw have written an "aptly spoken word" on leadership in the International Churches of Christ. This a "must read" book for every leader (especially those at a staff level), every long-time member and every interested former member or critic. This book is not merely an abstract exposition of leadership concepts; it is a frank discussion of leadership practices within the International Churches of Christ, with a look at both the past, present and future. Practices and the underlying principles behind them are held up to the light of Scripture and end result. As Al Baird says in the foreword: Their book is not based on some ideas they think might work. They have been on the front lines of leadership for more than two decades and have learned valuable lessons through prayer and searching the Scriptures, through trial and error, through the school of hard knocks. (p. 9) Yet, this book is not primarily for members or "followers." This book is written to leaders by leaders. The aim of discussing current leadership practices is not to attack them (and leaders who use them), but simply to ask two important questions of them: are these practices more worldly or Biblical, and do these bring lasting good fruit or not?
Roru
I've read this book 3 times and am starting to re-read it for a 4th time. I'm sure it won't be my last. This is the best book on what it means to be a Leader that I own - and I own several. As an independent business consultant, I taught leadership for 8 years, mostly to businesses or government entities that were nearly paralyzed because of conflict between management/supervision and employees. Invariably, employees were the lesser problem. Nevertheless, both sides will profit equally from the tools and lessons presented in this book. Although it's written from a Christian perspective, I've only taught GRL in a business setting - with mild emphasis on the scriptural learning points - and it's always been well received. Why? Because its lessons are timeless, whether you learned them from your parents, religious instruction, or just have a good moral understanding or what's copnsidered to be right or wrong in most western cultures. Regardles of your orientation, I can't imagine that you'll disagree with much of this book.
Berkohi
Gordon Ferguson is not ashamed to speak out against what he sees as errors in the discipling movement (or International Churches of Christ). He knows that to follow Jesus means to follow Jesus and not men. He further knows that many abuses have come out of unbiblical leadership structures and authority in the local churches. Therefore Ferguson and Shaw have written a timely book on leadership for those in the International Churches of Christ and for any leader for that matter.

The book takes a hard look at biblical leadership versus various forms of leadership we find in the church today. The point of the book is not to bash one group or one man but to simply point us back to Jesus Christ and the early Church as our example (1 Cor. 11:1-2; Eph. 5:1). Paul told us to hold fast to his traditions (2 Thess. 2:15; 3:6). The book of Acts records that the early Church was a close knit family (Acts 2:41-47) and not a mega-church without love.

This book has sent waves of changes in the International Churches of Christ for the better. Many unbiblical practices have been abandoned for more biblical models. For that I say thank God for GOLDEN RULE LEADERSHIP.
Jazu
This is a well written book, giving much needed insight into how to build a healthy church. Every leader, every member of a church needs to read this and study out the scriptures presented. The authors do an incredible job of sharing both the Word and their lives, drawing from their many years of experience with ministry to expose the errors that too many leaders of God's church unknowingly commit and the effect these errors have on undermining the Body of Christ. The book is convicting, eye opening, and inspiring. No matter where you are spiritually or how healthy you believe your congregation is, GOLDEN RULE LEADERSHIP is an important reminder. A must read for every Christian.
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