Learning to Lead (Large Print)
Lessons in Leadership for People of Faith
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About the Book
The first comprehensive resource for teaching faith leadership development in the twenty - first century.
America is changing. Technology, global economics, immigration, migration, social networking and multiculturalism scream for communities of faith to critique and expand our vision of how leaders are prepared to serve in congregations and communities.
The comprehensive resource for lay persons and clergy - seminaries, retreats, seminars and congregational leadership development - identifies what we need to know to be effective faith leaders in the twenty - first century and how to teach it. It explains how stakeholders - congregational leaders, ordained religious leaders, educators, students and community leaders - learn how to do theology in context and why contextual education is important. It isolates the unique challenges and opportunities various faith expressions and demographics have in their quest to teach theology. It also mines the latest research on change to see how change impacts leadership style and provides strategies for how faith leaders can educate congregations in our fast - changing world.
About the Author
Rev. Willard Ashley, Sr., DMin, DH, a frequent speaker on the topics of leadership development, clergy resiliency and interfaith dialogue, is director of field education and associate professor of practical theology at New Brunswick Theological Seminary. He is the interim pastor at Union Baptist Church in Montclair, New Jersey, and founding pastor of Abundant Joy Community Church in Jersey City, New Jersey. He is co - editor of Disaster Spiritual Care: Practical Clergy Responses to Community, Regional and National Tragedy.
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