Church growth is tied to church leadership. In this introductory lesson, the various Biblical roles of leadership are identified and compared to one another.
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This lesson examines the Biblical model for church leadership and how these leaders are to relate to the congregation.
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This lesson explores the personal and spiritual demands and responsibilities required of church elders.
When I review the qualities in men who are fathers the one that I find most appealing and helpful for the well-being of the family is a man's ability and willingness to be a "servant - leader".
Lessons on Leadership
With some much attention focused on the new administration in Washington, I think it would be a good time to draw a few lessons on leadership from the Word.
1. Introduction aux rôles de leadership
La croissance de l'Église est liée au leadership de l'Église. Dans cette leçon d'introduction, les différents rôles bibliques de leadership sont identifiés et comparés les uns aux autres.
2. Le leadership de l'église
Cette leçon examine le modèle biblique de leadership de l'Église et la relation ou l'interaction des leaders avec la congrégation.
Leçons sur le leadership
Avec autant d'attention portée à la nouvelle administration à Washington, je pense que ce serait un bon moment pour tirer quelques leçons sur le leadership de la Parole.
As the title suggests this lesson will briefly look at what type of men should have the important responsibility of church leadership. (I Timothy 3:1-7)
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Luke describes the amazing case of Ananias and Sapphira's sudden death and the continued persecution of the Apostles by the Jewish leadership. (Acts 5:1-42)
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Solomon is no longer exploring and writing about the various experiences and pursuits of worldly living, which have left him unfulfilled and depressed. He now turns his attention to leadership and the qualities that leaders need to possess. (Ecclesiastes 8:1-9:10)
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Luke describes the events taking place and the people who were part of the first congregation of the church in Jerusalem. (Acts 6:1-7:60)
Luke describes the final scene of Jesus' death and burial as well as the glorious aftermath of His resurrection on the 3rd day following His crucifixion. (Luke 23:26-24:53)
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Jesus performs a great miracle and is immediately attacked by His enemies in the Jewish leadership. This lesson details the dialogue the Lord has with the Pharisees. (John 9:1-41)
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The parable of the Good Shepherd points to both the failings of the Jewish leadership and the eventual redemptive work of the true leader and shepherd of Israel. (John 10:1-42)
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In this section, Paul provides more information concerning the qualifications necessary for church leadership and the type of challenge these men will face as leaders. (Titus 1:5-16)
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The section on church leadership continues with an examination of the qualifications Paul describes for those men who would serve as deacons. (I Timothy 3:8-13)
In the final session, Mike will profile the ministry of Stephen as the template for effective service in Acts Chapters 6 and 7.
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David's final charge to his son provides timeless wisdom for the changing of the guard in church leadership. (I Kings 2:1-4)
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Lessons on Christian perseverance from Joshua's leadership experience in the desert and in the Promised land.
The majority of us have an employer or supervisor of some kind who oversees our work. In this passage, Paul reminds us that we have a specific responsibility to provide a witness of our faith to this person.
In this lesson we compare some similarities between how Google the company functions and how churches should function. It is based off the book by Jeff Jarvis entitled 'What Would Google Do?'
There are no new arguments in the effort to expand women's role in the church to include those tasks that have traditionally been given to men. Some women want to lead prayer as well as teach and preach in public assemblies and find sup...
This introductory lesson will review the historical, political and social conditions that led up to and include the times in which this gospel record was written.
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This first lesson in the series establishes the historical and religious context for the writing of this book. (Hebrews 1:1-3)
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The story of David's relationship with Abigail highlights a time when he nearly ruined his potential reign as king and reveals the character of one of the Bible's most remarkable women. (I Samuel 25:1-42)
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In the first lesson of Acts, Mike explains the difference between the empowering and the indwelling of the Holy Spirit. The class will also review the events surrounding the day of Pentecost and begin to follow the ministry of Peter the Apostle. (Acts 1:1-2:47)
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In this initial lesson, Mike reviews the background information about Timothy himself, the church where he served as evangelist and the issue that moved Paul to write this letter to his young protégé, Timothy.
Mike traces out the beginning and completion of Paul's first missionary journey with the many interesting and challenging stops along the way. (Acts 13:1-15:35)
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