An Authentic Servant: The Marks of a Spiritual Leader

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Hendrickson Publishers, Apr 1, 2012 - Religion - 22 pages
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Ajith Fernando cuts to the heart of being a leader: are we willing to serve, even if it is costly? Here is clear and penetrating insight into what it means to be a leader, combining good theology and deep personal devotion, recapturing the centrality of the cross.
The Didasko Files
RESOURCES FROM THE LAUSANNE MOVEMENT
The Lausanne Movement is a confessional movement that seeks to articulate the role of today's Church. It links together evangelical movements around the world, and is the largest representative gathering of the Church. The Didasko Files is a growing series--that takes its name from the New Testament Greek verb didasko, meaning "I teach"--used by those involved with the Lausanne Movement. These books are meant to serve the world's Church by helping Christians to grow in their faith.
  

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About the author (2012)

Ajith Fernando (ThM, DD) served for thirty-five years as the National Director of Youth for Christ in Sri Lanka and now serves as its Teaching Director. He is a Bible expositor with a worldwide ministry. Ajith studied at Asbury Theological Seminary and Fuller Seminary and spends much of his time mentoring and counseling Christian workers. He is a visiting lecturer at Colombo Theological Seminary.

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