Christian Leadership Dilemma
How to Move with Grace and Keep the Faith
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Paperback / softback
Publisher: Morgan James Publishing llc
Number of Pages: 230
Width: 13.9 cm
Height: 21.5 cm
The Christian Leadership Dilemma addresses how Christians can live in newness of life above victimization, judgment, and confusion in a world that seems to be barreling forward on a collision course with the very truth, indeed, the only truth that will make people truly free. Both freedom and bondage are in the heart, and both are below the surface of the noise of life. The Christian Leadership Dilemma addresses the systemic root causes of this dilemma that stems from Christian leaders who are diverted from their heavenly calling through grace and instead adopt a worldly approach to Christianity. It notes quality leaders are not to lord over or dominate followers by leveraging power to control them but rather to serve, be helpers of their joy, and be good examples. It also addresses how to settle any issues in the Christian community and how to respond to conflict from within or without the community. With this foundation, The Christian Leadership Dilemma clarifies what true "ministry" is and the necessity of obeying God rather than men when it comes to standing upon the Christian's God-given justification through the faith of Jesus Christ. At times, those who have endeavored over the centuries to bring clarity and reform to the Christian community have been accused and maligned because they disturbed the status quo. The Christian Leadership Dilemma is intended to echo those voices of reform resounding as the single voice of a choir calling to who truly desire to know how to navigate the Christian experience successfully, particularly in times of leadership crises.