The Art of Mentoring: Embracing the Great Generational Transition

Darlene Zschech, one of the world s most respected worship leaders, writes honestly and realistically of how both current leaders and those coming along after them can overcome hurdles and by the grace of God work together for the good of the church In this critical message, she urgently challenges the church to raise up a new generation of leaders whose hearts are centerDarlene Zschech, one of the world s most respected worship leaders, writes honestly and realistically of how both current leaders and those coming along after them can overcome hurdles and by the grace of God work together for the good of the church In this critical message, she urgently challenges the church to raise up a new generation of leaders whose hearts are centered on God Her leadership at Hillsong Church combined with her international work has created a passion for mentoring those who share her heart for God Zschech speaks with an artist s voice that will reach people who might bypass the business oriented books.
The Art of Mentoring Embracing the Great Generational Transition Darlene Zschech one of the world s most respected worship leaders writes honestly and realistically of how both current leaders and those coming along after them can overcome hurdles and by the grac

  • Title: The Art of Mentoring: Embracing the Great Generational Transition
  • Author: Darlene Zschech
  • ISBN: 9780764209345
  • Page: 213
  • Format: Hardcover
  • 1 thought on “The Art of Mentoring: Embracing the Great Generational Transition”

    1. 2017 Reading Challenge — Book 35: A book about the ChurchI am passionate about raising up worship leaders from the generations to follow, discipling them, developing their skills, and providing them with opportunities to lead. Unfortunately, this is an area in which the Church (speaking generally, not of any specific local church) does not have a strong recent track record. The lack of competent, pastoral worship leaders is reaching crisis proportions, which, while great for job security, is [...]

    2. This was a great book. A very attainable read. It was full of grace and inspiration. I recommend it for anyone who has felt God stirring that maybe He is calling them to take part in the blessed practice of rooting for a special one or two up and comers.

    3. Very thorough coverage of mentoring to pass on to others the value of what one has learned, experienced and knows.The attitude plays an important role that is otherwise overlooked in other similar resources.As an audio, the narrator was a bit quick in her reading. Her accent was apropos to the author though pronunciation did effect the need to pay close attention to material. Recording was clear and of good quality.

    4. I enjoyed reading this book to get some ideas on how to transfer leadership from one generation to the next. However, it was a little too "feely" for me and didn't really offer any concrete strategies to actually make a successful transition of leadership from one generation to the next. A pretty easy read if you like the topic.

    5. A very practical book for anyone involved in mentoring. Zschech 14 steps to mentoring unfold the intracies of the mentor-mentee relationship, with a spirual focus on your God given skills to reach adn transform the lives of others. It's definately worth the read.

    6. Turned out it was a lot less about practical mentoring tips and a lot more about their church band in Australia. Strange. And not what I was hoping for. :(

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