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Ministry in Three Dimensions: Ordination and Leade&hellip by Steven J.L. Croft
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
MINISTRY IN THREE DIMENSIONS: Ordination and Leadership in the Local Church by Steven Croft (Darton Longman and Todd, London, 2008)

I found Steven Croft's book on leadership both informative and challenging. Though perhaps primarily written with a view for those in the Anglican tradition it is also relevant for those interested in the ordained ministry in the wider Church.
Evangelicals will enjoy it because it is thoroughly biblical and examines several key passages on leadership as well as exploring leadership throughout the history of the Church. Croft also scrutinises secular management/leadership models and argues for the New Testament model of diakonia, the servant (… Read more
The Contemporary Christian: An Urgent Plea for Dou&hellip by John Stott
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
"So the book is an expository treat. It is really a pastoral essay, a sermon on paper aimed at changing people rather than the advancement of learning as such. Bible based and well researched, intimate and magisterial in style. passionately calm and generous to a fault, this is a finely arranged and beautifully written contribution to what Stott calls 'BBC': balanced biblical Christianity'."
J. I Packer, in 'Christianity Today'

I have at least 40 of John Stott's books and consider this one the most useful, inspirational and challenging, yet it also seems to be the most underestimated. As the great Packer states it is an 'expository treat.' But do not think you are merely… Read more
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
This book tells of the 50 year history of Operation Mobilization or O.M.as it is better known. It will show the reader what great things God can do through a man (George Verwer), despite all his weaknesses and mistakes, but who nevertheless is dedicated to God, empowered by the Holy Spirit and has a vision to win the world for Christ.It is not however just a book about George Verwer, but about the thousands and thousands of young people who took up the challenge to become radical servants of God.This book is a good read.It is fast moving, passionate and stirs the soul to serve God better, longer, with greater humility and more dependence on God.
Ajith Fernando writes of it:
'An… Read more