With Patience and the Right Amount of Pressure, Mere Rocks Can Be Priceless

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Xulon Press presents a practical guide for leaders in need of encouragement.

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Experienced and new leaders can be inspired and built up for the journey ahead, reminded that domestic ministry is the core of success...

Author Cynthia M. Thompson inspires mentors to equip the next generation in Turning Rocks Into Diamonds: A Guide to Leading Leaders Into The New Millennium ($11.49, paperback, 9781629529639; $5.99, e-book, 9781629529646).

Many leaders agree on the importance of mentoring and discipleship, but then get frustrated when they don’t see the maturity they expect from their spiritual sons and daughters. Pastor Thompson delves into specifics such as: the beauty of spiritual leadership, special tools for fledgling leaders, and being carriers of the signature scent of God’s anointing. God’s love for his children never changes, so leaders who follow His example will stick with their disciples as they turn from rocks into diamonds.

“Experienced and new leaders can be inspired and built up for the journey ahead, reminded that domestic ministry is the core of success (effective ministry begins at home), and urged to stay true to their own anointing while rejoicing with spiritual sons and daughters as they grow in their own gifts from the Holy Spirit,” said Thompson.

Pastor Cynthia M. Thompson was born in Leonardtown, MD and received the Lord Jesus as her personal Savior at the age of 18. Later in life, she accepted her call to ministry and has been serving in that calling for the past 18 years. Alongside her husband of 30 years, she co-founded To Tell the Truth Outreach and Deliverance Ministries, which carries the mantra of reaching hearts while saving and restoring lives. Thompson and her husband, Bishop Rodney X. Thompson, share their son, Rodney, Jr., their daughter, Keana, and daughter-in-law, Ebony.

Xulon Press, a division of Salem Media Group, is the world’s largest Christian self-publisher, with more than 15,000 titles published to date. Turning Rocks Into Diamonds is available online through xulonpress.com/bookstore, amazon.com, and barnesandnoble.com.

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