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by Laceye C. Warner,Kenneth L. Carder

Author: Laceye C. Warner,Kenneth L. Carder
Subcategory: Churches & Church Leadership
Language: English
Publisher: United Methodist General Board of Higher Education (November 15, 2010)
Pages: 100 pages
Category: Christian Books
Rating: 4.9
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Bishop Ken Carder and Dr. Laceye Warner continue to remind us of this fact in Grace to Lead. This means that leadership and discipleship are inseparable. In the Wesleyan tradition leaders are persons who practice the disciplines of love known as "means of grace.

Bishop Ken Carder and Dr. Church leadership is spiritual leadership, and Ken and Laceye provide the groundwork with a Wesleyan distinctiveness for us to reflect upon and enact. This is a "must read" for all of us who continue to study and work on our leadership skills. Grant Hagiya, Resident Bishop of the Los Angeles Area". These practices form their identity and worldview in ways that conform them to the image of Christ.

Designed specifically for Christian leaders and teachers, Grace to Lead: Practicing Leadership in. .

Designed specifically for Christian leaders and teachers, Grace to Lead: Practicing Leadership in the Wesleyan Tradition delves deep into Wesleyan scholarship to guide readers into effective contemporary leadership, from a solidly Wesleyan perspective. Bishop Hope Morgan Ward (Mississippi Annual Conference), calls this book "an essential resource for all who lead and teach in the Wesleyan tradition. Calling upon peerless insights from the 1700's Wesleyan revival in England, authors Carder and Warner will help motivate, form, and guide church leaders in the twenty-first century.

An excellent book for those in the Wesleyan church tradition. Ken Carder and Laceye Warner draw on their knowledge of John Wesley and the early Wesleyan movement to offer direction for contemporary church practice and leadership. Their work is not limited to the 18th century; however, the authors invoke Jim Collins (Good to Great), Patrick Lenzioni, and other contemporary authors on leadership. Carder and Warner speak of leadership formed through doctrine and practice and also by grace. They speak of the co(Good An excellent book for those in the Wesleyan church tradition.

Carder and Warner explore the rich Wesleyan theological grounding for such leadership with its abundant emphasis on grace.

Wesleyan Leadership Is About Character. Carder and Warner explore the rich Wesleyan theological grounding for such leadership with its abundant emphasis on grace. They remind readers that for Wesley, all methods emerge from the theological imperatives and missional direction of God revealed in Christ. Lovett H. Weems J. Distinguished Professor of Church Leadership, Wesley Theological Seminary, Washington, DC.

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Kenneth Carder, Laceye Warner

Kenneth Carder, Laceye Warner. Designed specifically for Christian leaders and teachers, Grace to Lead: Practicing Leadership in the Wesleyan Tradition delves deep into Wesleyan scholarship to guide readers into effective contemporary leadership, from a solidly Wesleyan perspective.

Designed specifically for Christian leaders and teachers, Grace to Lead: Practicing Leadership in the Wesleyan Tradition delves deep into Wesleyan scholarship to guide readers into effective contemporary leadership, from a solidly Wesleyan perspective. Bishop Hope Morgan Ward (Mississippi Annual Conference), calls this book "an essential resource for all who lead and teach in the Wesleyan tradition." Calling upon peerless insights from the 1700's Wesleyan revival in England, authors Carder and Warner will help motivate, form, and guide church leaders in the twenty-first century and beyond.