Basic Christian Beliefs 315 Week 4.docx

People do not become leaders so that they can get

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is not a privilege or a right of an individual. People do not become leaders so that they can get respect or be fully human, or Christian. According to Klenke (2017), a leader is somebody with responsibility and authority over a group of people or an organization. With authority comes responsibility and service to others. In 2 Kings 22:14-20, God uses prophetess Hildah to authorize King Hilkiah, the priests, and other people, most of them men. This, among other reasons, is a clear indication that women can play the roles of a leader in the church. They are able to set examples, guide, teach, be able to teach and have a good reputation. People are able to look for spiritual leadership in women, as authority is not based on gender. They are equally significant in roles in evangelism and equal coworkers as Paul and the scriptures put out. The Holy Spirit gave the mandate to both men and women; to go out and spread the gospel; the women are playing this role quite well.
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Women in the church leadership 4 References: Klenke, K. (2017). Women in Leadership 2nd Edition: Contextual Dynamics and Boundaries . Emerald Publishing Limited. Peifer, J. M. (2015). The biblical basis for women in church leadership and pastoral ministry: A review of women in leadership in the first-century church and the Apostle Paul on women in ministry. Women in Ministry: Council for Women in Ministry and Leadership . Thompson, R. S. (2015). The perception of servant leadership characteristics and job satisfaction in a church-related college (Doctoral dissertation).
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