ELDER’S TRAINING SEMINAR. Based on the Elder’s Handbook. Ministerial Association of the General Conference www.ministerialassociation.com. Leadership Styles. Chapter 3 – Part 4. Leadership Styles. Leaders must lead.
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Based on the Elder’s Handbook
Ministerial Association of the General Conference
Chapter 3 – Part 4
Leaders must lead.
Leaders must lead!
Unsuitable leadership styles.
New Testament style.
“Whoever desires to become great among you shall be your servant... Whoever of you desires to be first shall be slave of all.” Mark 10:43, 44.
The Leader as servant.
“I have become all things to all men, that I might by all means save some. Now this I do for the gospel’s sake, that I may be partaker of it with you.”
I Corinthians 9:19-23
Revelation 4: 7
This is the figure of Jesus in the gospel of Matthew.
Jesus comes from linage of the king David.
This is the figure of Jesus in the gospel of Mark.
“The Son of Man ... came to serve ...”Mark 10:45.
Leadership Styles – Jesus model
3. MAN:Identification – likeness – Similarity.
This is the figure of Jesus in the Gospel of Luke.
Jesus talked to Gentiles, women, and exalted the figure of the good Samaritan.
4. FLYING EAGLE:Vision – Broadness.
This is the figure of Jesus in the Gospel of John.
Jesus is a leader that was able to see what others couldn’t. Because He was God.
Mark 10: 44-45.