Second in Command: Becoming a Next Generation Leader of Excellence

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Destiny Image Publishers, Jul 28, 2011 - Religion - 208 pages
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"Whether you derive your paycheck from a local church or from the profit of a business, one thing is clear: Leaders are in high demand, and leaders with godly character and excellence are an even rarer find."    ---Dutch Sheets and Chris Jackson

Leaders like you are in high demand.

The success of the CEO or senior pastor depends on people just like you.

Churches and businesses are looking for people just like you.

You are a person of integrity. Your life is an example to all around you. Your relationship with God has given you strength, patience, and trustworthiness. You are satisfied where God has placed you and you work with all your heart at the task He has placed in your care.

Second in Command is written to strengthen those in the position of "right-hand man." For some, being "number two" is a training ground for an eventual promotion into top leadership, but for others it is a calling. Whether you pastor a church or are a "marketplace minister," Second in Command teaches you how to become a next-generation leader of excellence.

This book is the best encouragement you can get to give you the confidence and faith to function up to your fullest potential where God has placed you, trusting the future to Him who calls and anoints and sends into new arenas of service.


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I was interested in this topic of being a good second leader because I think it is important for all Christian leaders to how to be good “servants” of senior leaders, as even senior leaders are under ... Read full review

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This book is one of the greatest leadership books I have ever read. I think I have read the 2nd chapter 5 or 6 times just because of the information. I got new insight every time I read it. The wisdom ... Read full review

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Second in Command
Worth Their Weight in Gold
Number One in Number Two
But Im Called Too
The Way of the Leader
The Manure and the Mud
The Priority of the Presence
Focus on the Family
Proverbs for the RightHand Man
I Kissed Him
If Only You Were in Charge
Tell Me Your Dreams
The Fingerprint of God
The Next Generation Leader
Mentoring the Next Generation Leader Part 1 Dutch Sheets
Mentoring the Next Generation Leader Part 2 Dutch Sheets

I Own This Thing

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About the author (2011)

Dutch Sheets serves as senior pastor of Springs Harvest Fellowship in Colorado Springs, Colorado, and is the best-selling author of How to Pray for Lost Loved Ones, God's Timing for Your Life, and Intercessory Prayer. He has traveled extensively, teaching throughout the United States, Canada, Central America, Africa, and much of Europe. As minister, speaker, educator and author, he focuses his ministry primarily on prayer and revival. Dutch and his wife, Ceci, live with their two daughters in Colorado Springs, Colorado.

Chris Jackson serves as executive pastor to Dutch Sheets and Springs Harvest Fellowship in Colorado Springs, CO where he pursues his primary passion of seeing Christians blossom into their fullest potential in Christ. He and his wife, Jessica, have two beautiful daughters, Amber and Madelyn.

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