A Trinitarian Theology of Leadership

Leadership is a divisive word among pastors. Should the church value leadership? Or is that kneeling to cultural trends? Might there be a different leadership paradigm? Rev. Deanna Hayden joins us to explore how a Wesleyan framework for leadership transforms the conversation. We dive specifically into a thorny leadership issue – the Billy Graham Rule – to work out how to implement what this framework looks like on the ground.

InAllThings Charity - November 5, 2018

A Trinitarian Theology of Leadership

A Trinitarian Theology of Leadership

Leadership is a divisive word among pastors. Should the church value leadership? Or is that kneeling to cultural trends? Might there be a different leadership paradigm? Rev. Deanna Hayden joins us to explore how a Wesleyan framework for leadership transforms the conversation. We dive specifically into a thorny leadership issue - the Billy Graham Rule - to work out how to implement what this framework looks like on the ground.

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JR. lives in Dallas, TX with his wife Amanda. In addition to exploring the wonders that are the Lone Star state, JR. is the teaching pastor at Catalyst Community Church, a writer and blogger. His book, Empathy for the Devil, is available from InterVarsity Press. He's haunted by the Batman, who is in turn haunted by the myth of redemptive violence.

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