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Can Christian Leadership Be Saved?

There is nothing new about failures in Christian leadership. Even while the disciples were still with Jesus, they were arguing about who would be the greatest (Luke 22:24). The book of Acts records a “bitter disagreement” between Paul and Barnabas about taking John Mark on a missionary journey. This is right after the most brilliant early leadership decision the apostles made, to fully invite Gentiles into the family of Christian believers! (Acts 15:1–20)

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M.J. Bishop

Writing on faithfulness to the Way of Jesus, becoming fully-formed humanity, and the table as metaphor and praxis of being church. Oh, and a good story or two.