Jesus on Leadership: Timeless Wisdom on Servant Leadership

Jesus on Leadership Timeless Wisdom on Servant Leadership Discover the essence of transformative leadership by studying how Jesus led Gene Wilkes a popular conference speaker describes how Jesus led He identifies seven practical principles for today s lead

  • Title: Jesus on Leadership: Timeless Wisdom on Servant Leadership
  • Author: C. Gene Wilkes
  • ISBN: 9780842318631
  • Page: 173
  • Format: Paperback
  • Discover the essence of transformative leadership by studying how Jesus led Gene Wilkes, a popular conference speaker, describes how Jesus led He identifies seven practical principles for today s leaders, to assist them with everything from humbling their hearts to building a team for Christ.

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    1. I m a husband, father, pastor, professor, author and friendI have had over 23 years of adventure as pastor of Legacy Church in Plano, TX, and I look forward to years of serving and living alongside the people who are Legacy I wrote Jesus On Leadership Tyndale, 1998 An Angel in the Flame Leafwood, 2008 Evangelism Where You Live Chalice Press, 2008 and wrote the study guide resources for LifeBibleStudy Yahweh, 2007 Christos, 2008 and Ekklesia, 2009 I have taught as an adjunct professor for Dallas Baptist University in the Cook Graduate School of Leadership and am a Resident Fellow for B H Carroll Theological Institute But my greatest joy is still being with my family

    2. Absolutely incredible. A practical guide to servant leadership and how to really live like Jesus did. I highly recommend to anyone who wants to go farther in life or ministry.

    3. This book had its up's and down's. I really liked the introductory section, and I liked his seven principles. He introduced some interesting ideas on how to understand servant leadership from a Christian perspective. However when he started writing two chapters on each principle I found that some of the sections were quite long without really elucidating anything more about the principle. In particular I was disappointed that he didn't draw more from the Biblical story of washing the disciples' [...]

    4. When I first started reading this book, I almost stopped because the opening chapter just seemed too obvious. But, having met Dr. Wilkes and listened to his sermons online, I knew he had more to say so I kept reading. I'm glad I did. As he unpacked many of Jesus' examples of leadership, Dr. Wilkes also added personal experiences and anecdotes that helped apply facets of leadership to not just church staff, but for lay-leaders, business and community leaders, and parents. I was most impressed tha [...]

    5. An excellent book, my copy is cluttered with notes and thoughts. The author does a good job of avoiding sensationalism and approaching it topic from a Biblical perspective. This means he includes the "good" stuff about leadership ("God share his authority with us.") and the hard things ("Any follower of Christ who seeks to lead like Jesus must be willing to be treated like Jesus. Some will follow. Others will throw stones."). Illustrates how leadership is a refining process for leaders and follo [...]

    6. Quite a lot to absorb here. Everything an aspiring leader has learned about scrambling to the top of a company is turned upside-down in this book. Rather than accumulating power and influence in a company in order to get others to follow their will and achieve their vision, leaders are instead asked to serve from below. As per Christ's example as he washed his disciples' feet, the Christian leader is to serve first if he is to lead. Excellent book that definitely deserves several reads. The bibl [...]

    7. Jesus on Leadership is a great book that takes much of the timeless principles of servant leadership and brings them to the forefront of how leaders need to be leading today. This book changed me dramatically, challenging me in many different aspects of leadership.I think this is a must read for pastors and Christian leaders.

    8. This is excellent material and dives deep into the Biblical references to the story of Jesus's time here on earth. His leadership modeling is explored and examined in a challenging way. Though this book is a little dated, a lot of servant leadership ideas remain true.

    9. C. Gene Wilkes has a lot of great leadership principles that he takes from the life of Christ. Couple this book with the small group study and you have the great makings of servant leaders in your church.

    10. My first in-depth exposure to the idea of servant leadership. Great points and strategies for leadership. However, like many preachers turned author, Wilkes can be very redundant. He could easily have given all the information in a book 2/3rds as long.

    11. This book really showed me that leadership is more then just having authority. That we need to be humble even when we know that we are not wrong on what we are doing that we have to share our responsibility with those who we are leading.

    12. This was the first book I ever read on Jesus as a servant leader model. I normally re-read this book whenever I feel I am Falling into a self centered leadership style. I still have a Bowl, pitcher and towel in my office to remind me I am a foot washer.

    13. One of my favorite Christian Leadership books. The cover alone says a lot about leadership. THe lesson of humilty inherent in the washing the feet of Judas says a lot about sacrifice and what it means to be a servant-leader.

    14. This was one of the first leadership books that I read on my ownwithout it being an assignment. The principles laid out changed my perspective on what it means to be a servant leader.

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