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Leonard Sweet is the E. Stanley Jones Professor of Evangelism at Drew University (NJ), a distinguished visiting professor at George Fox University (OR), and a weekly contributor to Sermons.com and the podcast Napkin Scribbles. A pioneer in online learning with some of the highest "influence" rankings of any religious figure in the world of social media (Twitter, Facebook), he has authored numerous articles, sermons, and more than fifty books.
Leonard Sweet brings such a powerful and practical word to those desiring to follow Christ in their everyday life. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Tonya Hedrick
Len Sweet challenges the culture within the church that champions leadership. I Am A Follower is a refreshing departure from the "baptized" books on executive business... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Jason P. Burden
This is a solid book on following Jesus in a world of "leaders". Leadership is as much, if not more, about following than it is about "leading". Read morePublished 6 months ago by Robert Pruitt
This is a great book to read and I find that the concept is one that can be echoed in something that we need to be doing and lack in doing. Read morePublished 9 months ago by teddy
If we ever truly believed that Jesus is alive--right now alive and active then we could trust him enough to follow him. Read morePublished 10 months ago by William Wilson
It was a bit difficult to follow but very inspiring. I will recommend it to anyone that likes an intelligent written books on Christianity.Published 14 months ago by Marius Celliers
This is a must read for those who are confused about our mission and journey. This pretty much sums it up as to where our pilgrimage must lead and whom should be leading it!Published 15 months ago by wazcpt
I tried reading this book who knows how many times. A number of years ago I heard Leonard Sweet speak and was absolutely blown away by his stories and inspired by his speaking. Read morePublished 16 months ago by N. Mccorkindale
Perfect! How many more words must I write to be polite? Seriously, if one is satisfied
stop with the word requirements!