Rooting for Rivals
How Collaboration and Generosity Increase the Impact of Leaders, Charities, and Churches
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Reject Pride of Ownership to Pursue a "Kingdom First" Agenda
Faith-based organizations are sometimes known for what we're against--and all too often that includes being against each other. But amid growing distrust of religious institutions, Christ-centered nonprofits have a unique opportunity to link arms across our organizational boundaries and pursue a calling higher than our own agendas.
Rooting for Rivals reveals how your ministry can multiply its impact by cooperating, rather than competing. Peter Greer and Chris Horst explore case studies illustrating the power of collaborative ministry. They also vulnerably share their own failures and successes in pursuing a Kingdom mindset. Discover the power of openhanded leadership to make a greater impact on the world.
"I love the African quote, 'If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together.' This is an essential read for Christian ministry leaders who want to model countercultural unity and generosity in how we obey and serve our Lord."--RICHARD STEARNS, president of World Vision U.S. and author of The Hole in Our Gospel
Peter Greer is president and CEO of HOPE International, a global Christ-centered microenterprise development organization serving throughout Africa, Asia, Latin America, and Eastern Europe. He is husband to Laurel and dad to Keith, Lilianna, and Myles. www.peterkgreer.com.
Chris Horst is the vice president of development at HOPE International. He and his wife, Alli, have three children--Desmond, Abe, and June.
Jill Heisey is a freelance communications specialist. She and her husband, Bryan, are parents to Adelyn and Celia and live in Frederick, Maryland.
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