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Table Of Contents

The Hen longs for the Lost One
A Good Leader puts Happiness into the Followers
The Discriminative Mother
Bad Leadership
A woman and her son
A man and his wife
A pastor in a church
True Love revisited
Household Discrimination
Christian Discrimination
Household
Politics
Race
Christianity
Reasons Some People Lose Their Gifts
1. Devaluation of Gift
2. Misuse of Gift
3. Covetousness
4. Arrogance
5. Complacency
6. Chats
7. Rush
8. Hunger for many Gifts
9. Lack of Education
1. Gift is Money
2. Gift is a Man of Integrity
3. Gift is a Trouble-shooter
4. Gift is Development
5. Gift is not destructive
6. Gift is Friendly
How you must uphold Your Gift
Christians Gifts
Ways a Christian can be isolated from God
Isolation from the Bible
Isolation from Teachings
Isolation from Prayers
Isolation from Meditation
Isolation from Meetings
1. Heavy Workload
2. Sin
3. Prosperity
4. Poverty
5. Behaviour of another Christian
6. Discrimination
7. When Needs are not met
8. Laziness
9. Television
10. Covetousness
Parents
Parental Leadership: Case Study
1. The two Sons
2. A Father and his Daughter
3. Rujhar and Her Father
4. A Mother and Her Daughter
5. A Pastor and His Daughter
Ministers of God
1. Disobedience
2. Power Struggle
3. Cupidity
4. Replacing New Ones
5. Increasing Workload
6. Immorality
7. Shamelessness
8. Autocracy and Dictatorship
9. Procrastination
10. Laziness
A) On the Leader’s Side
Lack of respect
Loneliness
Collapse of Vision
Retreat of Gift
Uselessness
B) On the Followers’ Side
Waywardness
Hidden gifts
Immorality
Increasing Workload
Shamelessness
Autocracy and Dictatorship
Procrastination
Laziness
The Evangelists must need Teachers
The Evangelists must be respected
The Evangelists must need Sponsors
The Evangelists must be equipped with Logistics
The Evangelists should be encouraged
An Apostle is a Church Builder
An Apostle must get to give
An Apostle is a Living Witness to Total Abandonment
An Apostle is all ready to canoe the Gospel of the Kingdom
An Apostle Understands Jesus, not Doctrines
An Apostle must be raised by Jesus
During Training Evangelists
During Preaching
The Citation of Stephen
The Citation of David
Leaders must follow the Followers
Leaders must call the Followers to precede them
Why some Leaders later lead the Sheep
Followers Leading the Leader
Lack of Maximum Attention
The cracked Follower
The Violently Shaken Follower
The Dirty Follower
Too Hot or Too Cold Control
The Abnormal Follower
The Leader could be Sick
Christianity is a Linear Equation
Christianity is devoid of an Arbitrary Constant
Christianity is not an Identity
P. 1
The Hen

The Hen

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Indeed many men of knowledge have written more books about leadership
using birds to relate to leadership. Surprisingly, almost these authors use
eagle, the king of birds, as an example of a good leader. That is to say, they
use the seven known important characteristics of eagle to claim that he is a good
leader, despising the other birds especially the hen. Even no one has perhaps
thought about the HEN (female domestic fowl) as being a good leader and for
that matter she need to be studied more than any other bird.
However, Marthus-Adden Zimboiant does not agree that only eagle should
be used as yardstick to measure a good leader. He has perfectly studied the
hen as leader, using both the good and the bad side of the hen to reveal the
behaviours of leaders, especially in the churches today.
What I love on this book is that it tackles everything. Every realistic situation on
every one’s life is revealed in this book. After reading this book, it will enlighten
you about both good and bad leaders. For example, it will help you understand
that something you thought it was right will actually prove the opposite. This
book is informative in a way that you will be able to review every bad thing you
did, which will help you make sure you are not going to do that again in the
future. In effect, this book is a self-guide about leadership
Indeed many men of knowledge have written more books about leadership
using birds to relate to leadership. Surprisingly, almost these authors use
eagle, the king of birds, as an example of a good leader. That is to say, they
use the seven known important characteristics of eagle to claim that he is a good
leader, despising the other birds especially the hen. Even no one has perhaps
thought about the HEN (female domestic fowl) as being a good leader and for
that matter she need to be studied more than any other bird.
However, Marthus-Adden Zimboiant does not agree that only eagle should
be used as yardstick to measure a good leader. He has perfectly studied the
hen as leader, using both the good and the bad side of the hen to reveal the
behaviours of leaders, especially in the churches today.
What I love on this book is that it tackles everything. Every realistic situation on
every one’s life is revealed in this book. After reading this book, it will enlighten
you about both good and bad leaders. For example, it will help you understand
that something you thought it was right will actually prove the opposite. This
book is informative in a way that you will be able to review every bad thing you
did, which will help you make sure you are not going to do that again in the
future. In effect, this book is a self-guide about leadership

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