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Accidental Herod: Becoming a Leader You Can Live With

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This book is for Christian leaders who are driven rather than called—who are living as orphans rather than heirs.
David McNitzky was driven once, and he was living into a vision of church leadership that threatened to make him into a “Herod the Great” for the modern age. In this book, David asks Christian leaders to meet Herod “again for the first time.” Examine how Herod
Kindle Edition, 106 pages
Published November 19th 2014 by Quarry Press
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Julia Walker
May 03, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Although this book was written for clergy and leaders in the church, it has an amazing amount of inspiration and direction for everyone. At the time of writing, Methodist Pastor McNitzky had just come through a serious period of personal enlightenment concerning his own leadership skills. Written with an amazing vulnerability throughout, he speaks from a place in the wilderness with depth and clarity.

Few would not recognize Herod the Great as the horrible ruler in the gospels. The one that was
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