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The Revolutionary Communicator: Seven Principles Jesus Lived to Impact, Connect and Lead

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The Revolutionary Communicator explores the revolutionary power and impact of Jesus approach to communication, presenting seven communication truths that remain relevant 2,000 years later. In a media-dominated era, all readersfrom parents to pastors to politiciansare invited on a journey to rediscover the passageways to influence, impact and relate, and to learn how to int ...more
Hardcover, 165 pages
Published July 13th 2004 by Relevant Books
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Tyler Canterberry
Dec 21, 2015 Tyler Canterberry rated it it was amazing
I only expected this book to be average.

I was wrong. Very pleased with how the book is formatted and set up. The content itself is fantastic. There are plenty of anecdotes from modern history as well as from the Bible. The seven principles described in the book are not necessary surprising, but when viewed through the life of Jesus, they take on a whole new level of meaning. Medefind is able to translate these principles into practical areas in each person's life now and provides ample opportun
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William Wood
Jan 17, 2016 William Wood rated it it was amazing
I was not expecting this book to be as good as it was. I was still skeptical a few pages in. I can honestly say that this book is deep and rich in its ideas. It has made a short list of books that I actually plan on rereading.
Susan Mathis
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A thought-provoking and engaging read.
Andrew Jarrell
Apr 06, 2016 Andrew Jarrell rated it really liked it
Great perspective on interpersonal communication, using Jesus as an example. Not a shallow self-help book with tricks of the trade. Rather, it reminds us to slow down, ask good questions, and put other people before ourselves. Refreshing.
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one of my all-time favorites; passed this on to many friends
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