Author: Maxwell, John
Genre: Non-Fiction
Tags: Methodology, Ministry / Leadership

Rick Shrader‘s Review:

 This book was loaned to me by a friend who is a avid reader (along with a number of other things to read).  I’ve not been a big Maxwell fan because I always find him more secular than sacred.  But we probably should read more things like this in our “spare reading time.”  It made me feel more like a CEO than a pastor and I’m sure that such is his primary readership (he is a “New York Times best-selling author” after all).  Nonetheless, I was reminded of many things I ought to know, and many things I could do better.  If nothing else, it is packed full of good quotations from a variety of authors.  The book opened with this statement, “Good thinkers are always in demand.  A person who knows how may always have a job, but the person who knows why will always be his boss.”


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