In ascending to heaven, Jesus Christ gave the church the Great Commission to expand the gospel to all nations. Despite this biblical commission, it is still an unfinished task. As leaders of local churches, pastors play a crucial part in this endeavor. Pastoral leadership principles have varied widely throughout history, yet it is interesting to discover the similarities between pastoral leadership principles practiced by John Chrysostom (AD 347-407) in Antioch and Constantinople, and Won Sang Lee (1937-) in Washington, DC. Despite ministering 1600 years apart, both pastors share the same core values: care for people, Christ-like character, biblical preaching, and world missions. This suggests that continued emphasis on these principles will play a significant role in fulfilling the Great Commission, independent of time and place.It is, therefore, my intention to explore Chrysostoma#39;s pastoral leadership from his On the Priesthood in this chapter. ... The significance of the pastoral leadership principles reflected in Chrysostoma#39;s On the Priesthood is, first of all, his method of anbsp;...
|Author||:||Won Sang Lee|
|Publisher||:||Wipf and Stock Publishers - 2015-01-14|