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The Kingdom of God and...Leadership

Rethinking leadership and power in the Church and the world

The Kingdom of God and...Leadership

Rethinking leadership and power in the Church and the world

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This weeks’s CHOW is a chance for us to do some fresh and original thinking about power and leadership, in the church and in the world. We will leave behind some traditional assumptions and attempt glimpse back to leadership in the earliest days of the church.

What does the Bible say about Christian leadership? What is the biblical advice for those who find themselves in positions of worldly power and influence? How should our leadership differ?

Simon Nash guides us through a study and discussion of the New Testament language of power and leadership to see what we can discover from scripture about how Christians are supposed to lead, in the church and in business.

Much of the material for this talk comes from some work that Simon has been doing on his blog - Anoigmatic.

You can visit his blog and see the related posts here

Simon Nash

Simon Nash

Founder of a start-up business called Insight. Its mission is to change the thinking of businesses about people and work. Formerly global HR Director of an international professional services firm and churchwarden of an Anglican parish, Simon has been having a year of reinvention, recovery and renewal. Simon lives in Jersey with Katie and their three boys; Edward, Adam and Benedict 

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