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Maxwell Leadership Bible, reviewed by Dony Donev

 

“The best leadership simply expresses who we are. Jesus led from who He was: God incarnate, the perfect expression of the Father. As He pursued His divine mission, He influenced others. Similarly, as we pursue who God called us to be, our leadership will be most natural and effective.”
― John C. Maxwell, Maxwell Leadership Bible, Revised and Updated

This work is not Pentecostal or from another Christian tradition in particular, as it addresses church leadership in a general Biblical sense. There’s no particular reference to the Trinity, however Acts 2 comments on the magnetic power received by the apostles at Pentecost and in 1 Corinthians 14, the Spirit is called “Broker of gifts.” Instead of a concordance at the end of the Bible, there are several indexes containing leadership laws, qualities, issues and a complete list of profiles of Bible heroes who encompass the law of leadership.

Reviewed by Dony K. Donev

 

Publisher’s page: http://www.thomasnelson.com/maxwell-leadership-bible-revised-and-updated

Cover from the 2002 release of the Maxwell Leadership Bible. Notes in the Revised and Update version reflect newer books published by John Maxwell including The 360º Leader, Attitude 101, 25 Ways to Win with People, and Leadership 101.

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Category: Biblical Studies, Summer 2014

About the Author: Rev. Dony K. Donev, D.Min. is a graduate of the Pentecostal Theological Seminary and cofounder of the Institute of Bulgarian Protestant History. He is the author of scholarly articles in textual criticism, protestant history, Christian media and contemporary church movements. In 1999 with his wife Kathryn, they established Cup and Cross Ministries International with a vision for restoration of New Testament theology and praxis. They are currently serving as missionaries and leadership developers in his native Bulgaria.

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