Emergent patterns of congregational life and leadership in the developing world : personal reflections from a research odyssey / Donald E. Miller.

By: Miller, Donald E. (Donald Earl), 1946-
Material type: TextTextSeries: Pulpit & pew research reports: no. 3.Publisher: Durham, N.C. : Duke Divinity School, [2003]Description: 37 p. : ill. ; 28 cmISBN: 0972564438Other title: On cover: Pulpit & pew research on pastoral leadershipSubject(s): Christian leadership | Church management
Contents:
Foreword / Jackson W. Carroll -- Executive summary -- Introduction. The new focus of Christianity. A personal pilgrimage. The role of vision. Encounters with the Mysterium tremendum. The role of worship. Organizing the people. Social impact. A few further elaborations. Some immodest proposals -- Yet one more face: a response / by Daniel Aleshire -- Measuring success, developing leaders: a response / by Chad Hall -- Adaptability and principle: a response / by Grant Wacker -- Radical challenge to a plodding church: a response / William H. Willimon.
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Foreword / Jackson W. Carroll -- Executive summary -- Introduction. The new focus of Christianity. A personal pilgrimage. The role of vision. Encounters with the Mysterium tremendum. The role of worship. Organizing the people. Social impact. A few further elaborations. Some immodest proposals -- Yet one more face: a response / by Daniel Aleshire -- Measuring success, developing leaders: a response / by Chad Hall -- Adaptability and principle: a response / by Grant Wacker -- Radical challenge to a plodding church: a response / William H. Willimon.

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