Fear and Trust Paperback
by David Runcorn;
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Fear and Trust
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Fear and Trust by David Runcorn was published by Spck in September 2011 and is our 24122nd best seller. The ISBN for Fear and Trust is 9780281063895.
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Fear and TrustJohnny Douglas, via The Good Book Stall
Leadership and the Old Testament rarely go together, yet here SPCK deliver a great new David Runcorn work for the health, depth and growth of our Christian leadership. So often the Old Testament is neglected or considered of limited usefulness when it comes to considering Christian leadership. Here our world and the ancient nation of Israel are brought together in compelling contemporary themed narratives of servant leadership in the purposes of God. Politics and religion, loyalty and betrayal, triumph and tragedy, war and peace are ably navigated here by Runcorn in complimentary gender partnership.
This is a great and effective blend of reflection on Scripture, insight from ministry and personal experience, thoughtful observation, and many moments where the reader is taken in an unexpected direction. I was particularly helped by the chapter on Jonathan. There is a fresh engagement with women’s ministry, scripture, subversion and how the new possibilities of leadership might unfold. It tracks the powerful, vulnerable but essential wrestle between fear and trust. A fresh, edgy and valuable addition to the raft of Christian leadership titles available in the market today.
Perceptive and provocative!
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Details for Fear and Trust
|Page last updated||26th July 2016|
|Author / Artist||David Runcorn|
|Publisher||Spck (September 2011)|
|Number of Pages||128|