Practical Ministry Skills
Leadership Lessons from Billy Graham
Apply the principles that defined Billy's leadership to your own ministry.
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For well over 50 years, Billy Graham has been one of the most visible figures not just in evangelical spheres but in America and all over the world. He built the Kingdom by preaching the Word faithfully and passionately, but he built a global ministry by developing and exercising his skills in every area of leadership.

This Resource contains all of the following:

Forming the Team
Get the right people in the right positions and watch them flourish.

Dealing with Pain and Betrayal 
The people you trust most can hurt you most.

Fiscal Leadership 
Ministry integrity begins with financial responsibility.

Beyond Home Field Advantage 
The best communicators speak to people where they are.

Mr. President 
Billy Graham's four years as president of Northwestern College shaped his ministry.

The Responsibility of Leadership 
What leaders do greatly influences so many people.

Leading with Love 
It was the defining trait of his leadership: Billy always led with love.

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Topics:Authenticity, Character, Church Board, Church Staff, Controversy, Discernment, Leadership, Spiritual Leadership, Teamwork
Filters:Finances, Pastor, Pastoral care
References:Proverbs 22:1, 2 Timothy 4:1-2, 1 Corinthians 12:20-25, Matthew 24:10-13
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