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Shay Malone

January 06, 2015  11:25pm

For pastors or leaders who would like a more in-depth assessment and feedback, I offer leadership training that focuses on church relationships. You can get more information on my website http://www.4hisglory.us/church-leadership-training/

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pastordclift

March 31, 2011  10:55pm

This really felt like a set-up to purchase some downloadable materials. I agree with the above comments -- not much help here.

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revpatmo

March 19, 2009  10:00pm

this was no help at all, no overall assessment. Where are some categories to help us think about ourselves better?

K

June 13, 2008  9:36am

I agree somewhat with the comment above. I thought I'd get constructive improvement tools re: my answers. I already knew I wasn't strong enough in some areas and answered honestly hoping for input.

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