Christian Ethics

Learning to be Last: Leadership for Congregational Transformation

Author, Editor, Compiler, etc.: 
E. LeBron Fairbanks

How do you define success in Christian leadership?

Most of us look to the example of Christ to answer this question; but when we really stop and examine our motives and actions, how many of us really understand and emulate Christ's words in Luke 22:7: I am among you as one who serves.

Mentoring and Modeling Leadership Character

Author, Editor, Compiler, etc.: 
E. LeBron Fairbanks
Modeling and mentoring leadership character is not a choice; it is a requirement for our own success and that of the institutions we represent. Mentoring and Modeling Leadership Character is filled with best practices for ethical leadership to help leaders represent Christ and their institutions for best possible outcomes. This book is an essential resource to leaders who are passionate about nurturing

Education for a Lifestyle of Service

The Inaugural Address of E. LeBron Fairbanks, fifth president of Mount Vernon (Ohio) Nazarene College, was presented on March 2, 1990. It articulates his core convictions about Christian higher education.

Summarized are his leadership style, curriculum commitments and a perspective on “Education for a Lifestyle of Service.” The address outlines the foundation for such a perspective, a model for it, and the results of a commitment to it.

 

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The Effects of Laity Ministry Involvement on Transformational Discipleship

Reinbold's research used the Place Assessment among Nazarene congregations in Iowa to show a quantitative increase in engagement of participants in the areas of fellowship, witnessing to others and ministry to others. Additional qualitative measurements show increase in a participant's desire for community, clarification of identity and roles, and serving out of passion.

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WHDL-00015543

The Quest for Happiness: A Wesleyan View of the Good Life

Author, Editor, Compiler, etc.: 
H. Ray Dunning

Contents:

Preface
Introduction
Chapter 1:  Happiness - the Universal Quest, p. 9
Chapter 2:  Classical Views of Happiness, p. 13
Chapter 3:  Christian Responses to the Quest for Happiness, p. 17
Chapter 4:  Happiness in the Old Testament, p. 23
Chapter 5:  The Kingdom of God and Happiness, p. 29
Chapter 6:  John Wesley on Happiness, p. 36
Chapter 7:  Holiness and Happiness, p. 53
Chapter 8:  The Higher Happiness, p. 64
Chapter 9:  Final Observations, p. 84

In Quest of a Holiness Ethic

Author, Editor, Compiler, etc.: 
H. Ray Dunning

Subtitle:  A History of Ethics in the Church of the Nazarene the First 75 years

Contents:

Introduction, pg. 1

Chapter 1: The Doctrinal source of Nazarene Ethics, pg. 6
     Wesley's Ethical Emphasis
     Wesley's View of Sanctification
     Wesleyanism in America
     The Keswick Influence
     Nazarene Spokesmen on Sanctification
     Conclusion

Chapter 2: Historical Sources of Nazarene Ethics, pg. 49
     Documentary Sources
     Socio-Historical Sources

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