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Empowering Leadership: How a Leadership Development Culture Builds Better Leaders Faster Paperback – January 23, 2018
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About the Author
Michael led Manna Church from 350 to over 8500 members by focusing primarily on effective outreach and leadership development. Under his leadership, Manna Church has planted, or partnered to plant, over 75 churches worldwide and is engaged in a "multiply" strategy with a vision to plant an expression of Manna Church near every US military base in the world. Michael and his wife Laura, love endurance sports, both with over 25 marathon finishes. In addition, Michael enjoys triathlon (3 Ironman finishes) and Laura competes in ultra-marathons. They have 8 children, 19 grandchildren, and live in Fayetteville, NC.
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The only thing I wish this book had were a couple more examples of some of his earlier hiccups in developing the leadership culture of Manna Church.
If you are serious about helping people, serious about church leadership, or just curious about what makes a healthy organization, then I highly recommend that you pick up a copy of EmpoweringLeadership today.
Empowering Leadership: How a Leadership Development Culture Builds Better Leaders Faster
Very practical, backed by decades of real-world experience, the only pastors who shouldn't read it are those who like a top-heavy, staff-driven approach to church (and maybe small churches who want to stay that way). Only caveat, if you are in a small church, some of the author's examples may freak you out a little. ("Let's say you have a push for volunteers and get 250 responses.")
It's now a required read for all my staff.