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Leaders Who Last: Sustaining Yourself and Your Ministry Paperback – March 1, 2009
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Both enlightening and encouraging, Marcuson's book makes a significant contribution to the literature on Bowen theory and ministry, offering insights into leadership that lasts. - Peter L. Steinke, author, Congregational Leadership in Anxious Times: Being Calm and Courageous No Matter What, and church consultant
A recognized coach to leaders, Marcuson brings real world wisdom to the pages of this book on effective ministry leadership. This is a welcome contribution to any pastor's bookshelf. - G.R.A.C.E. Writes: Christian Education at its best! A blog site
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Rev. Susan EngPoole
Unity of Louisville Church
Margaret has a real gift for taking a life-sustaining "theory" of healthy practice and applying it to real ministry in congregations and organizations. You won't be wondering what this has to do with your actual situation - she's been there and makes the connections.
I particularly appreciate the lists of questions Margaret has created for nearly every chapter. Some are questions I need to be asking myself about my own functioning, while others are questions I need to be asking about the churches I serve. Many can be adapted for use in conversation with parishioners and leaders, and all of them are systems-based and thoughtful. The chapter on understanding money is one of the most helpful treatments I've ever read -- and perhaps the only one I've ever seen from a Family Systems perspective.
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Obviously written for pastors, but the information about interpersonal relationships is helpful to anyone.Published 10 months ago by Dorothy
I found this book to be helpful and thought provoking as too how we are prepared for ministry. I think it should be read by most clergy at the 3 year point. Read morePublished on January 27, 2014 by Dale
I wish I had read this book back in seminary. After consuming numerous other popular books on leadership and ministry I came across Marcuson's book; on the recommendation of a... Read morePublished on March 14, 2013 by Scott Meyer
The first time I read "Leaders Who Last," I read it to enhance my own ministry. That it did, but as I worked through some of Margaret's Questions to Ponder, I found some of my own... Read morePublished on July 28, 2012 by Eileen K. Parfrey