The most influential leader in the early church was undoubtedly the apostle Paul. He never lost the vision of God's single new humanity—Jews and Gentiles together. And in his letters we watch him exercising his leadership skills among the early Christians.
This study guide by John Stott is based on his book Basic Christian Leadership and covers the first four chapters of 1 Corinthians, in which Paul responds to a complex church situation and to questions the Corinthians have addressed to him. He does so with clarity, wisdom, humility, love and gentleness—qualities that we can learn from as leaders today.
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Getting the Most Out of Christian Leadership
1 Seeing Gifting in God's Imperfect People
2 Bringing Unity in the Midst of Division
3 Finding Power in Weakness
4 Placing Confidence in Christ
5 Being Led by the SPirit
6 Moving Toward Maturity
7 Leading in Ways That Last
8 Keeping a Clear Conscience
9 Cultivating a Gentle Spirit