A biblical, historical, theological, and practical foundation for pastoral leadership Pastors have been entrusted with leading the people of God. The shepherds of Godas flock must protect them from and guide them through the many dangers believers face. Although ultimately the Church is led by Christ, pastors are to provide godly examples of what it means to be a follower of the Lord. Consequently, who leads the church, the type of authority they are given, how they relate to one another, to whom they are accountable, and how they are selected are of utmost importance to the life and health of Godas people. This book provides the biblical, historical, theological, and practical foundation of the crucial task of leading Godas people.Third, Jesusa#39; teaching and shepherding set the example for his undershepherds to followaparticularly in regard to ... aFeed My Sheepa Although Jesusa#39; explicit commands to afeed my sheepa are directed toward Peter in John 21:15a19, Peter ... The Master Plan of Evangelism (Old Tappan, NJ: Fleming H. Revell, 1963), and The Mind of the Master (Old Tappan, NJ: ... The model of a Jewish rabbi who gathers around himself a group of disciples who leave their own surroundings to anbsp;...
|Title||:||Shepherding God's Flock|
|Author||:||Benjamin L. Merkle, Thomas R. Schreiner|
|Publisher||:||Kregel Publications - 2014-10-10|