Get The Kindle Version Of “Shepherd Leadership”

I can hardly believe it, but my book Shepherd Leadership: The Metrics That Really Matter releases in just one week! 

On September 28, 2021, you can purchase the print version and the audiobook. But if you don’t want to wait any longer, the Kindle version is available now—just click here. 

As I wrote in the Preface to Shepherd Leadership, “My prayer is that this book liberates you! I want to see all of us get back to the simple shepherding style of leadership that the Bible has portrayed for us, so that our ministries are healthy, energized, effective, sheep-producing, and God-glorifying.” 

If you pick up a copy, I’d love for you to post a review on Amazon for me. Thank you!

One Response to “Get The Kindle Version Of “Shepherd Leadership””

  1. Craig T. Owens Says:

    John Stonestreet’s Breakpoint commentary today was preaching my message! He talked about how people are treating churches like consumers, and as a result, are not finding a church home. Much of the corrective responsibility for this must fall on pastors.

    Stonestreet said, “Pastors face enormous pressure to fill pews and minimize conflict. Often, they are hired for their fidelity to the Scriptures and tasked with discipling a congregation, but are evaluated by completely different metrics. If you ‘give the people what they want,’ it will rarely be the hard truths of the Gospel.”

    This is exactly why I wrote Shepherd Leadership: The METRICS That Really Matter. Pastors need to get back to the simple shepherding style of leadership demonstrated by Jesus Himself and by the first leaders of the New Testament Church. Only in that example will we find the metrics that really matter for eternity.

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