Servant Leadership in the Twenty-First Century

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Morgan James Publishing, 2005 - 104 páginas
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A vital tool for every member of the body of Christ. Servant Leadership In The Twenty-First Century is written from an Armourbearer's perspective, but the principles can be applied from the pulpit to the parking lot. Since we are all called to serve, you will gain greater insight and understanding into the ministry of an Armourbearer as well as your own ministry. Servant Leadership In The Twenty-First Century develops spiritual maturity in the believer's life. For any ministry to grow and be effective it must have faithful servant leaders.

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This powerful teaching is a compelling revisiting of the importance of the Tabernacle in the life of the believer. If we are to truly walk in the Ways of Christ, then we must also enter into the Tabernacle and make our way as pilgrims on a Holy quest. This work highlights the Biblical significance of obedience in our Christian walk and demands every confessor of the Gospel to examine himself and see if he has been weighed and found wanting according to the Word. If we recognize that God's Word is the same yesterday, today and forever, then we must also understand the importance of serving Him as He has asked us to do so. The blueprint is the same. We are compelled to enter into the Holy of Holies with a spirit of prayer, praise and worship. Prayerfully this test will serve as a gauge of our spiritual submission to the Word. If this book is a blessing to you, please be a blessing to someone else and sow it into his/her life. Minister Keith Moore was licensed and ordained to the ministry by Bishop Steven W. Banks, Pastor of Living Waters Christian Fellowship, Newport News, Virginia in the fall of 1998. He serves as the Head of the Armor Bearer and Men's Basketball ministries. He is a native of Rocky Mount, North Carolina. He currently resides in Newport News with his wife Connie, Assistant Head of the Deacon's ministry and the Head of the Children's ministry at LWCF. They have been blessed with two children, Keith Jr. (KJ) and Keilah. As a youth detention leader, he actively seeks to effect Godly change in the lives of his charges and co-workers. In this position, he has had the opportunity to witness to countless youth and share with them the Good News of Jesus. Additionally, he is a role model for young people everywhere and has a heart for teens and has also served as a youth leader. While he completed his formal education in North Carolina, he has continued to grow spiritually and is a student of the Word. His passion and especially his love of the Tabernacle has led to the extensive research that has been set forth in his test. Minister Keith seeks to inspire the Believer to realize the importance of the Tabernacle in his life and then to progress from the Outer Court to the Inner Court and finally resting in the Holy of Holies through praise, worship and prayer.

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