A Godly leader’s comfort is not in his achievements or benefits; while the leader appreciates his blessings, his primary concern is meeting the spiritual and physical needs of others
BOYNTON BEACH, Fla (PRWEB) October 30, 2014
Having noted how “most churches are focusing on secular leadership styles and principles today,”R. Zarwulugbo Liberty presents, in “A GODLY LEADER ON TRIAL: A Fresh Look at Nehemiah” (published by Xlibris), his extensive arguments against such perspectives. He points out how there is no need to imitate any man-made leadership styles and principles in the church, because the Bible has the best leadership style and principles for the church and for humanity.
An excerpt from the book reads:
A Godly leader’s comfort is not in his achievements or benefits; while the leader appreciates his blessings, his primary concern is meeting the spiritual and physical needs of others (p. 41).
“A GODLY LEADER ON TRIAL: A Fresh Look at Nehemiah” takes a paradigm shift to godly leadership as exemplified by Nehemiah, who loved God, his word, people and walked faithfully with God accordingly to his word. It shows how Nehemiah used God’s word as the constitution for the people of God and proposes that the Bible is the constitution for the people of God in this life. It asserts how a godly leader should teach and apply the word of God to his own life and to the lives of God’s people and, as a constitution for the people of God, it should be used in peacemaking among God’s people.
“A Godly leader must lead with the Bible as the constitution for the people of God in this life,” says Liberty. His book expresses this idea with his proposal for how a godly leader must lead through biblical guidance in the hopes of enabling godly leaders to go back to the biblical roots of leadership.
“A GODLY LEADER ON TRIAL: A Fresh Look at Nehemiah”
By R. Zarwulugbo Liberty
Hardcover | 6 x 9in | 254 pages | ISBN 9781499062168
Softcover | 6 x 9in | 254 pages | ISBN 9781499062175
E-Book | 254 pages | ISBN 9781499062151
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About the Author
R. Zarwulugbo Liberty (B.Th., Liberia Baptist Seminary; M.Div., D. Min., Knox Theological Seminary) is president and founding church planter of an African independent church denomination, Church of the Believers, Inc., in Liberia, West Africa and the Africa International Christian Mission, Inc., with headquarters in Boynton Beach, Fla. Prior to his coming to serve as a missionary in the United States, he, along with his wife, Esther, planted 19 churches in Liberia, established the Liberty Theological Seminary, the Fellowship of Christian Churches of Africa and a Christian high school.
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