Shepherd or Leader?

By H. B. London, Jr. and James Emery White

 

Should a pastor be an entrepreneurial leader or a loving shepherd?

A person who casts vision or who cares for broken people?

Depending on which books you read and conferences you attend, you'll hear it argued either way.

To bring clarity to the debate, LEADERSHIP asked two respected voices to make their case for which role-shepherd or leader-should be primary for pastors today. (read more)

 

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