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4.0 out of 5 stars fruitful please!
God loves the local church. He longs for health and flourishing. He provides spiritual gifts of leadership to see growth. So this is thorough, engaging, broad, welcomed and refreshing input from Marcus Honeysett meaningfully resources this goal.

Probing questions are some of the key legacy of Honeysett's writing. There will be a breadth of contexts where this...
Published on 11 Aug 2011 by J. DOUGLAS

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3.0 out of 5 stars Carefully nuanced language leaves questions unanswered
Marcus Honeysett is the founding director of Living Leadership, a network encouraging evangelicals of various expressions to work together in training and equipping leaders. fruitful leaders (why do publishers think something is more enticing without capitals?) is a solid and fairly basic approach to leadership in the local church. The carefully nuanced language of the...
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4.0 out of 5 stars fruitful please!, 11 Aug 2011
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J. DOUGLAS "Johnny Douglas" (Nr London, England) - See all my reviews
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God loves the local church. He longs for health and flourishing. He provides spiritual gifts of leadership to see growth. So this is thorough, engaging, broad, welcomed and refreshing input from Marcus Honeysett meaningfully resources this goal.

Probing questions are some of the key legacy of Honeysett's writing. There will be a breadth of contexts where this title with have searching, biblical and lasting vocational effect. Scriptural and accessible with the points for consideration having particular help in the potential of leadership. The value of the appendices is almost worth the price of the book! Solid and full of safe wisdom for the way in serving Jesus!
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3.0 out of 5 stars Carefully nuanced language leaves questions unanswered, 31 Dec 2012
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Rev. M. Bonser (Dunfermline, Scotland) - See all my reviews
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Marcus Honeysett is the founding director of Living Leadership, a network encouraging evangelicals of various expressions to work together in training and equipping leaders. fruitful leaders (why do publishers think something is more enticing without capitals?) is a solid and fairly basic approach to leadership in the local church. The carefully nuanced language of the book, emphasising grace and generally avoiding reference to the active ministry of the Holy Spirit, betrays its bias in the Word and Spirit balance. This is particularly clear in the chapter on relying on the Holy Spirit. The insight about service is valid and helpful, but there is no reference to infilling, anointing, baptism or other language for personal encounter with the Holy Spirit. There is a tacit understanding that leadership is male. Honeysett is fond of the adjective spiritual and uses it as if our spiritual life, leadership, and gifts are somehow separate from the rest of life. We do not have spiritual lives; we have lives which we learn to live spiritually, that are lived in full awareness of the presence of God.
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