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This issue addresses how leaders can foster leadership among people in the church. Beyond mentorship, this issue focuses on the nature of discipleship and servanthood, both necessary characteristics of the effective church leader. The interview, "Jesus' Game Plan," is a compelling discussion with Sonlife Ministries director, Dann Spader, about Jesus' leadership training plan, and how he worked with the disciples to train them to build his ministry on earth.

This Resource contains all of the following:

Your Leadership Is Unique
There is no one "leader personality".

Jesus' Game Plan
His strategy begins with discipleship.

Becoming a Mentoring Leader
10 questions to ask yourself.

Restocking Your Leadership Pool
It begins with friendship.

Leadership Is Not for Heroes
It's all about the priesthood of all believers.

Motivating Leaders to Serve
When the old appeals don't work anymore.

How to Find a Mentor
7 questions to select a wise guide.

Deepening the Conversation
How leaders can build deeper relationships with each other.

Leadership Greenhouse
A healthy environment to grow new leaders.


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Mentor
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Temporary Leader
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Motivating Leaders
Communicate to your leaders that ministry, at its core, is a heart for God.

Topics:Christlikeness, Leadership, Leadership styles, Mentoring, Motivation, Servanthood
Filters:Church staff, Discipleship, Elder, Pastor
References:1 John 2:6, Matthew 28:18-20, Philippians 2:5-7
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