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Author: N. Graham Standish,Gary A. Shockley
ISBN: 1566993423
Language: English
Pages: 136 pages
Category: Churches & Church Leadership
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers (May 28, 2007)
Rating: 4.9
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Meandering leaders are attentive to the promptings of the Spirit

Meandering leaders are attentive to the promptings of the Spirit. They are guides and mentors who patiently journey alongside those they love and lead. Ultimately, being a meandering leader is about being on a journey with God-personally and corporately slowing down the pace of our lives and following God's Spirit

How often do you feel overwhelmed by the pace of your life? These days it's easy to work harder and harder, constantly pushing ourselves and those around us so that.

How often do you feel overwhelmed by the pace of your life? These days it's easy to work harder and harder, constantly pushing ourselves and those around us so that.

The Meandering Way Leading by Following the Spirit by Gary A. Shockley and . The Meandering Way. Leading by Following the Spirit. This book offers a contrarian take on the more popular practices of leadership found throughout the church today

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How often do you feel overwhelmed by the pace of your life? These days it's easy to work harder and harder, constantly pushing ourselves and those around us so that we and our congregations can be "successful." We forget that our drive to succeed can prevent us from taking the time to stop and listen for what God is calling us and our congregations to be. This book is one pastor's story of his journey from a success-oriented drivenness to a significance-oriented, meandering style of life. What you will find are reflections from a fellow traveler who is now less desirous of doing something spectacular for God and is instead committed to doing something significant with God--who is discovering a more grace-filled, Spirit-led way. This book offers a contrarian take on the more popular practices of leadership found throughout the church today. Meandering leaders are attentive to the promptings of the Spirit. They are guides and mentors who patiently journey alongside those they love and lead. Ultimately, being a meandering leader is about being on a journey with God--personally and corporately slowing down the pace of our lives and following God's Spirit. In the faith journey, we are not so much racing toward a physical finish line as we are meandering toward becoming all that God has in mind for us to be. This book is an invitation to journey into the depths of your own soul and to follow the Spirit's lead in the next chapters of your life.
Comments (2)
Fearlesssinger
Poorly written and self serving. It has no theme and tries to make great accomplishments out of meager happenings. The author has good intentions, but is unable to get any real message of meaning across.
Riavay
I found this book to be wonderfully insightful and incredibly convicting. I joked with Gary that it is interesting to note that the sailboat on the cover is dead in the water, but if you read the book you will discover that your sails for life and ministry will be filled by the great winds of our amazing God. This book is a must read for anyone who wants life to have more significance. If you are finding yourself "dead in the water" you will receive great insight and direction on how to catch good winds once again.