#27 – Balanced Team Leadership

Every local church urgently needs healthy balanced leadership. It is generally agreed that Scripture presents a plural godly mature masculine leadership (1 Timothy 3, Titus 1), and that their role is to guide the congregation in such a way as to satisfy the desires of Christ, the head of the Church. The personal qualities of these men are listed in the New Testament, and their responsibilities and manner of work are also described in some detail.

Leaving aside important though technical issues such as how you call these men (if anything), how they become leaders, to what degree they are publicly recognised and if some are (or should be) more influential than others, what I wish to show here, is that if these men saw themselves not so much as a group but as a team of leading brothers, they would be more effective in carrying out their God given task.

Balanced Team Leadership in the Church

5 pages | London, UK – 2001


Evenwichtig Teamleiderschap in de Gemeente

6 pagina’s | Londen, UK – 2001

Vertaald door: Anton de Jager


L’administration Collégiale et Equilibrée de L'église

5 pages | London, UK – 2001

Traduit par : Marc Horrisberger


Gemeindeleitung als gemeinsame Aufgabe eines ausgeglichenen Teams

9 pages | London, UK – 2001

Übersetzung: E. Schütz & Th. Eckhardt

Quelle: https://goo.gl/yY0a8g



Un Equilibrato Team di Conduzione nella Chiesa

5 pagine | Londra, UK – 2001

Traduzione: Fausta Tomba