Spiritual Lessons ePub download
by J. Oswald Sanders
- ISBN: 0802401066
- ISBN13: 978-0802401069
- ePub: 1173 kb | FB2: 1549 kb
- Language: English
- Publisher: Moody Press; Moody Press Revised Edition edition (1971)
- Pages: 189
- Rating: 4.3/5
- Votes: 281
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Author of Spiritual Leadership, The Incomparable Christ, Spiritual Maturity, Spiritual Discipleship, Enjoying Intimacy with God, The Incomparable Christ, Dynamic Spiritual Leadership, Heaven, The Holy Spirit and His Gifts, and The Joy of Following Jesus.
Spiritual Leadership by J. Oswald Sanders is one of those rare books
Spiritual Leadership by J. Oswald Sanders is one of those rare books. First released in 1967, Spiritual Leadership has been through multiple printings and a major revision. It is hailed by some of the most well known names in evangelicalism, including John Maxwell and John MacArthur, an interesting combination since Maxwell represents a highly pragmatic stream of evangelicalism and MacArthur generally eschews pragmatism. What makes Sanders’ book stand out, decades after its first release, is the breadth of topics it covers and the personal experience of its author.
99 quotes from J. Oswald Sanders: 'If a man is known by the company he keeps, so also his character is reflected in the books he reads . J. Oswald Sanders, Spiritual Leadership: Principles of Excellence for Every Believer. 'True greatness, true leadership, is achieved not by reducing men to one's service but in giving oneself in selfless service to them. and 'We should always aim to read something different not only the writers with whom we agree, but those with whom we are ready to do battle.
John Oswald Sanders (October 17, 1902-October 24, 1992) was a general director of Overseas Missionary Fellowship (then known as China Inland Mission) in the 1950s and 1960s. He authored more than forty books on the Christian life. He became an elder statesman and worldwide conference speaker from his retirement until his death. Sanders was born in Invercargill, New Zealand and gained a law degree in 1922. He attended the Bible Training Institute in Auckland and joined its staff in 1926
More from J Oswald Sanders. OSWALD SANDERS (1902-1992) was a Christian leader for nearly seventy years and authored more than forty books on the Christian life including The Incomparable Christ, Spiritual Discipleship, Spiritual Leadership, and Spiritual Maturity
More from J Oswald Sanders. If You Liked This Book You May Also Enjoy. OSWALD SANDERS (1902-1992) was a Christian leader for nearly seventy years and authored more than forty books on the Christian life including The Incomparable Christ, Spiritual Discipleship, Spiritual Leadership, and Spiritual Maturity. He left a promising law practice in his native New Zealand to serve as an instructor and administrator at the Bible College of New Zealand. Dr. Sanders later became general director of the China Inland Mission (now the Overseas Missionary Fellowship), and was instrumental in beginning many new missions projects throughout East Asia.
Oswald Sanders, Spiritual Leadership. 2017, Moody Publishers. Oswald Sanders, Spiritual Discipleship. All three books were born of out Sanders’ time serving as the General Director of Overseas Missionary Fellowship, and they each prove to be timeless in both principle and application, therefore making them a valuable resource for ministry leaders today. Spiritual Leadership lays out the need for what Sanders calls honorable ambition in contrast to self-serving ambition. He writes, Ambition which centers on the glory of God and welfare of the church is a mighty force for good (SL, 13).