Give “Shepherd Leadership” For Christmas

Shepherding God’s flock is both a blessing and a HUGE responsibility! My book Shepherd Leadership: The Metrics That Really Matter can help. Several people have already told me that they have purchased multiple copies to give as Christmas gifts. 

I want to help you give this great gift. Here’s how:

  1. Click here to order my book on Amazon. 
  2. Purchase three or more copies in either the print or ebook formats. 
  3. Take a screenshot of your receipt and email it to me along with your mailing address. 
  4. I will then send you a FREE autographed copy of Shepherd Leadership for you to add to your library. 

I wrote this book knowing that it was going to bring joy and a renewed enthusiasm to pastors. Please get this book into the hands of your pastor for Christmas! 

Links & Quotes

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“Who among you today is doing the most for your Master’s kingdom? I will tell you. Lend me a spiritual thermometer by which I may try the heat of your heart, and I will tell you the amount of your success.” —Charles Spurgeon

Max Lucado shares A Prayer For America.

A couple of free ebooks for you―

“Someday there will be a community where everyone behaves and no one complains. But it won’t be this side of heaven. So what do we do? We reason. We confront. We teach. But most of all, we love.” —Max Lucado

“It turns out that the most productive thing we can do is to stop working on someone else’s task list and figure out a more useful contribution instead. This is what separates great organizations from good ones, and extraordinary careers from frustrated ones. The challenge is that the final step requires a short-term hit to your productivity. But, if you fail to invest the time and effort to find a better path, it’s unlikely you’ll find one.” Read more of Seth Godin’s post The Productivity Pyramid.

[PHOTOS] Some really cool pictures from the scientific world.

And for some pseudo-science: Was 2014 “the hottest year on record”? Better read this for the facts.

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