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📒The Way Of The Servant ✍ Jayem
📝The Way of the Servant Book Synopsis : The Way of the Servant is an important link in the exquisite tapestry being woven by Jeshua (Jesus), awakening us all to the presence and Reality of Love, empowering us to arise and join with one another to co-create heaven on earth. Beginning with A Course in Miracles, and continuing through the best-selling Christ Mind Trilogy, and the recovery of his lost Aramaic teachings, He has been unfolding the deeper levels of true spiritual enlightenment, and this finds its final expression in this priceless jewel of the world's mystical texts.
📝The Way of the Christian Samurai Reflections for Servant Warriors of Christ Book Synopsis : Christians are called to be both servants and soldiers of Christ. As this book demonstrates, there is much to be learned from the teachings and example of the Samurai, legendary servant-warriors of Japan, in order for believers respond to Gods call as Christian Samurai. (Christian)
📒Leading Jesus Way ✍ Mark Deterding
📝Leading Jesus Way Book Synopsis : Leading Jesus' Way is how you become the leader God created you to be. Read this book to learn an actionable model of servant leadership that will positively impact both your personal and professional life. Mark Deterding learned how to lead Jesus' way from role models, from scripture, and from personal experience. His career that took him from the shop floor to the executive suite with responsibility for thousands of people was a laboratory for him to test out this model and refine it. Mark knew what worked for him and he wanted to help others learn to lead Jesus' way. First, he developed his Leadership Roundtable program. Since 2011, hundreds of people have used the program to learn the principles of faith-based servant leadership and put them into practice. Leading Jesus' Way will help you step into faith-based servant leadership, too. You can take your faith to work, get great results, and build up the people you work with using the lessons in this powerful book.
📒Life Of The Servant ✍ Henry Suso
📝Life of the Servant Book Synopsis : The Life of the Servant' is one of the world's greatest religious biographies. It is the work of a saint - one of that remarkable trio of 14th century German mystics, of whom the others were Eckhardt and Tauler - who was also a poet. The book was never intended for publication, and owes its preservation to an accident. What Suso confided to his 'spiritual daughter' was meant for her ears alone. In order to console a highly gifted woman in the acute sufferings that preceded her death he unfolded his own hidden life. The value of the book lies in its remarkable simplicity coupled with its unsurpassed poetic beauty.
📒Jesus And The Servant ✍ Morna D. Hooker
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📒The Way Of The Lord In The Book Of Isaiah ✍ Bo H. Lim
📝The Way of the LORD in the Book of Isaiah Book Synopsis : What is the "way of the LORD" in the book of Isaiah? Many scholars have adopted Walter Zimmerli's proposal that the "way" in Second Isaiah is a literal and physical highway extending from Babylon to Jerusalem only to be reinterpreted as a spiritual, metaphorical, and pious way of living in Third Isaiah. This book will properly define each mention of the "way" in Isaiah as well as provide a coherent interpretation of this theme's theological significance within the book. The way of the LORD is initially conceived of in the 1st half of the book as a highway leading to Zion common to both the dispersed Israelites as well as the nations. In Isaiah, Chs 34-35 provide a paradigm of what this way will entail and its theological significance.
📒The Unworthy Servant ✍ Bob Williston
📝The Unworthy Servant Book Synopsis : Aaron Finkelstein was a young man from a Los Angeles beach community with prospects of a career as a high school history teacher. After an unusual awakening one night, however, he felt driven to inquire into the religious association of his best friend from high school and college days, Nico Garza. And thus began his adventure, or misadventure, through the inner circles of the new religious group commonly referred to as the Way. The Way is an obscure Christian sect that distinguishes itself from mainline Christianity by insisting on a homeless, penniless, and celibate ministry; no church property; and a strict adherence to Jesus’ instructions during the Last Supper – which, incidently, they understand to mean something remarkably different from orthodox Christian practice. Way members adhere strictly to their understanding of modesty and sobriety, and much emphasis is placed on the absolute necessity of being personally instructed by the Holy Spirit. Nico was given to intellectual and philosophical discussion on any number of serious topics, a characteristic Aaron attributed to Nico’s spirituality – and Aaron wanted to be more like that himself. So Aaron met middle-aged Chester Rose, the servant from South America whose gospel impressed Aaron sufficiently for him to consider investing his life savings in the Way and pursuing a life of preaching instead of teaching. Aaron’s final decision came after he met Trent Hansen, a young preacher who had been raised in the Way and befriended Aaron at his first retreat. But by coincidence, Trent was a closeted gay, and ultimately found that he could not deny his need to find himself after he discovered that the perfectly normal Aaron had been raised by a gay father with a gay life partner. Important to the Way was Floyd Toner, the aloof and stodgy gentleman in his nineties who had directed the affairs of the Way for decades from the pampered comforts provided by fawning followers. Along the way, Aaron also met Ted van de Kamp, the kindly preacher companion who was well versed in servant etiquette but performed poorly as a tutor of scripture and doctrine. Never to be avoided was Bart Stanley, the egotistical and controlling hell-fire and brimstone servant with whom Aaron wrestled mentally and emotionally for a year. And then, of course, there was Norman Coombs. Aaron had been assigned to Norman as his first preacher protégé. It turned out that Aaron frustrated Norman beyond his range of tolerance. No less important to the story is Victor Bergman, the crafty millionaire and prominent Way member who showed no compunction in using his wealth to manipulate everyone to his advantage. And Marty Spinner got into the act as well. He was the unruly college student who could never resist the urge to investigate what was meant to remain hidden. It was Marty who set the elderly Campbell sisters loose with all their embarrassing secrets at the summer retreat. Then when things got too out of hand, they called again on Clay Shipman, the criminal defense attorney the servants hated to need but for some reason could not disown completely. Being a Jew who also had been parented by a Muslim, Aaron had surprisingly less shared background with other Way members than many would expect. He turned out to be a novelty, a curiosity, and a celebrity as a convert to the Way. But it soon became apparent that as an individual and a preacher he was a bit of a maverick – and somewhat more charismatic than the hierarchy appreciated. It was embarrassing that someone of Aaron’s background could correct them on some of their own Biblical interpretations, and it frustrated them no end that he would not denounce anything he had inherited of value from his previous life. He had to be gotten rid of, but even that proved somewhat more of a problem than they were used to handling.
📒The Servant Leader ✍ James A. Autry
📝The Servant Leader Book Synopsis : A Practical Guide to Using the Principles of Servant Leadership Leadership is a calling. And servant leadership—the idea that managing with respect, honesty, love, and spirituality empowers employees—helps individuals answer that calling. Bestselling author and former Fortune 500 executive James A. Autry reveals the servant leader’s tools, a set of skills and ideals that will transform the way business is done. It helps leaders nurture the needs and goals of those who look to them for leadership. The result is a more productive, successful, and happier organization, and a more meaningful life for the leader. Autry reveals how to remain true to the servant leadership model when handling day-to-day and long-term management situations, including how to: •Provide guidance during conflict and crisis •Assure your continued growth and progress as a leader •Train managers in the principles of servant leadership •Transform a company with morale problems into a great place to work Practiced by one-third of the companies on Fortune’s “100 Best Companies to Work For” list, servant leadership is a thriving philosophy. Ultimately, Autry explores how it can be a valuable, refreshing, and rewarding approach to leading others in business life.
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📒Servant Leadership ✍ Robert K. Greenleaf
📝Servant Leadership Book Synopsis : Twenty-five years ago Robert Greenleaf published these prophetic essays on what he coined servant leadership, a practical philosophy that replaces traditional autocratic leadership with a holistic, ethical approach. This highly influential book has been embraced by cutting edge management everywhere. Yet in these days of Enron and what VISA CEO Dee Hock calls our "era of massive institutional failure," Greenleaf's seminal work must reach the mainstream now more than ever.Servant Leadership--?helps leaders find their true power and moral authority to lead.?helps those served become healthier, wiser, freer, and more autonomous.?encourages collaboration, trust, listening, and empowerment.?offers long-lasting change, not a temporary fix.?extends beyond business for leaders of all types of groups.