The following presentation was given at Booth College of Mission in New Zealand on 24 April 2014 as part of our “Thought Matters” Seminars. These seminars are a monthly gathering for theological reflection and discussion hosted by Booth College of Mission.
This presentation was prepared by Coralie Bridle on the topic ‘A View from the Pew: leadership that validates the vocational.’
Coralie Bridle explores the critical differences of clerical church leadership structures that can leave people passive, apathetic or dependent, with a countering, Christo-centric practice of leadership that values, embraces and utilises the whole body.
The powerpoint for this presentation, as well as a question sheet for reflection, or small group purposes, are both attached below.