With the decreasing influence of the church and the continual growth of secularism within society, the ever present tensions between police and minority groups, and violence that is committed along racial and religious lines, the 21st Century is proving to be a challenging time to serve in ministry. Machiavellian Ministry: What Faith-Filled Leaders Can Learn from a Faithless Politician provides leaders of churches and parachurch organizations with tools to lead while employing a realistic mindset that acknowledges current internal and external challenges while preparing for future opportunities of service. Machiavellian Ministry is a timeless book that will be valuable to current and future leaders.
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Terrell Carter is an Associate with Pinnacle Leadership Associates. He has 24 years of leadership experience in churches and nonprofit organizations, including serving as Lead Pastor of churches in St. Louis, Missouri, as well as Executive Director within community-based service organizations. He has earned degrees in biblical studies, organizational leadership, arts management and leadership, and theology. He has also earned a Doctor of Ministry degree with an emphasis in Congregational Health from Central Baptist Theological Seminary in Shawnee, KS. He is the author of Walking the Blue Line: A Police Officer Turned Community Activist Provides Solutions to the Racial Divide. He is also a contributor to Ethics Daily and Baptist News Global. Terrell can be contacted at www.terrellcarter.net and followed on Twitter @tcarterstl.
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