by Phil Greenslade
276-page paperback, 230x172mm
Be empowered for more fruitful service
Instead of looking to marketing techniques, business development and the entertainment industry as models for ministry, Philip Greenslade believes we need to adopt ‘angles of vision’ which are Christ-centred, cross-shaped and prophetically critical of contemporary culture.
Whether you teach, oversee, counsel, advise, evangelise, care for or pray for others in the Church, these insights, delivered at various events over the past decade, will give you much food for thought.
Discover from Jeremiah, Jesus, Paul and others how the Holy Spirit’s countercultural call to be a ‘wounded healer’, a ‘wise fool’ and a ‘competent inadequate’ can release God’s power in your ministry for more effective and fruitful service.
"This is one of the very best books on Christian leadership I have read in a long time. It is destined to become a classic."
– Greg Haslam
About Philip Greenslade
Having originally trained for the Baptist ministry, Philip has over 30 years’ experience in Christian ministry.
He has worked with CWR since 1991 in the areas of biblical studies, pastoral care and leadership.
With his passion for teaching God’s Word he offers a refreshing and challenging perspective for all those who attend his courses.
Close to Philip’s heart are the long-running Bible Discovery Weekends.
He is currently Course Director for CWR’s new postgraduate programme in Pastoral Leadership. Philip is the author of several books.