Maxwell leadership bible

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Maxwell, J. C. editor.
Elmore, Tim, editor.
Nashville : Thomas Nelson, [2014].
9780718011512, 0718011511


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Second edition.
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xii, 1649 pages ; 24 cm
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"From Genesis to Revelation, the people, events, and teaching of the bible are God's treasury of wisdom and guidance for anyone who has been called to be a person of influence. Whether you're an executive, a pastor, an entrepreneur, a parent, a coach, or a teacher, you are a leader, someone who influences and encourages others. From Adam and Even in the Garden, the first leaders to learn from failure, to the apostle John on the Isle of Patmos, an imprisoned leader who case a vision of hope for generations to come, God's Word is full of people from whom we can learn leadership. In The Maxwell Leadership Bible, executive editor, Dr. John C. Maxwell walks you through the NKJV Bible text as he draws from his decades of godly leadership and best-selling resources to illuminate the time-tested and life-changing principles of leadership in Scripture"--Page 4 of cover.

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APA Citation (style guide)

Maxwell, J. C., & Elmore, T. (2014). Maxwell leadership bible (Second edition.). Thomas Nelson.

Chicago / Turabian - Author Date Citation (style guide)

Maxwell, J. C and Tim, Elmore. 2014. Maxwell Leadership Bible. Nashville: Thomas Nelson.

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Maxwell, J. C and Tim, Elmore. Maxwell Leadership Bible Nashville: Thomas Nelson, 2014.

MLA Citation (style guide)

Maxwell, J. C., and Tim Elmore. Maxwell Leadership Bible Second edition., Thomas Nelson, 2014.

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