Despite what appeared to be a few minor edit oversights, the book achieved it’s purpose; to point out and address the problem of leaders assuming roles and tasks of leadership that aren’t their’s to assume. The beauty of this book is that it’s a fast food read of a book that delivers gourmet quality content.
This would make a great training tool for various leadership groups, and in an assortment of contexts. While the focus is on a pastor-leader, the principles would easily jump to other contexts and arenas of leadership.
Readable in a day, processable over a life time, that’s Redeeming Leadership.