by Paul Chappell
Our culture promotes a wide variety of leadership philosophies. Even in ministry, you will find a great diversity among leadership models. Some believe leaders must be "authoritative." Some believe leaders must be "driven" or "dogmatic."
Many leaders fear competition, so they stifle input. Some leaders are insecure, so they avoid confrontation. Some leaders are self-centered, so they have everything "their way." Some leaders fear rejection, so they accommodate compromise. Other leaders harbor envy, so they attack good men. God's work requires a different kind of leadership.
Hardcover, 212 pages