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Sacred Cows Make Gourmet Burgers: Ministry Anytime, Anywhere, By Anyone (edition 1995)

by William M. Easum (Author)

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This book shows how an atmosphere of permission-giving, which signals the end of leaders as enablers, can help church leaders transcend bureaucracy and enhance spiritual gifts rather than assign them. The 'sacred cows' of control and regulation can be devoured, as leaders and people are converted to a new style of ministry.… (more)
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Title:Sacred Cows Make Gourmet Burgers: Ministry Anytime, Anywhere, By Anyone
Authors:William M. Easum (Author)
Info:Abingdon Press (1995), 190 pages
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This book shows how an atmosphere of permission-giving, which signals the end of leaders as enablers, can help church leaders transcend bureaucracy and enhance spiritual gifts rather than assign them. The 'sacred cows' of control and regulation can be devoured, as leaders and people are converted to a new style of ministry.

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