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What did God have in mind when He saw Joshua as a young slave in Egypt? How did He mold and shape Joshua to prepare him for service? Through Joshua and numerous examples from their own lives, the authors create a picture of God's ways, offering deep insight that listeners can apply to their own lives. Purpose, Obedience, Faith, Character, and Influence are among the themes that are included in the book; key truths are emphasized at the end of each chapter.
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Henry Blackaby is the author of over a dozen books, including the best-selling Experiencing God Bible studies. Dr. Blackaby is a graduate of the University of British Columbia. He has a Th.M. degree from Golden Gate Baptist Theological Seminary, has received four honorary doctorate degrees, and is the president of Henry Blackaby Ministries. Dr. Blackaby and his wife have five married children, all serving in Christian ministry. They are blessed with fourteen grandchildren.
Richard Blackaby earned a Bachelors degree in history from the University of Saskatchewan as well as a Master of Divinity and a Ph.D. in Church History from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. He also holds a Doctor of Divinity from Dallas Baptist University. Richard served as senior pastor of Friendship Baptist Church in Winnipeg, Manitoba and then as president of the Canadian Southern Baptist Seminary in Cochrane, Alberta for thirteen years. He has coauthored several books with his father Henry Blackaby including Spiritual Leadership, Experiencing God Day-by-Day, and When God Speaks.
This program tells the story of Joshua's flight from Egypt, the lessons he learned from Moses, and how he overcame adversity to become one of the most effective leaders in biblical times. Denying his own power and the advice of his contemporaries, he followed God's ideas on leadership as he moved his people through a time of great change. Drawing on the unyielding authority patterns so common in the Old Testament, these historical lessons are engaging as well as inspiring. J. Charles is informed and involved but keeps enough distance from the material to let the story maintain center stage. A compelling lesson for anyone interested in leadership and influence. T.W. © AudioFile 2005, Portland, Maine-- Copyright © AudioFile, Portland, Maine
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