About Leadership Network. Introduction: It Takes a Child to Raise a Village. Part One: Facing Reality. Chapter 1 Identity: ?I Am Not Cool?. Chapter 2 Culture: ?I Don?t Get It?. Chapter 3 Ministry: ?I Am Not Relevant?. Part Two: Cultivating Spirituality. Chapter 4 Vision: Seeing Beyond Ourselves. Chapter 5 Wisdom: Knowing Beyond Our Information. Chapter 6 Relationship: Befriending Beyond Our Peers. Part Three: Experiencing Practicality. Chapter 7 Evangelism: Learning from Outsiders. Chapter 8 Communication: Learning from Listeners. Chapter 9 Leadership: Learning from Followers. Part Four: Developing Reciprocity. Chapter 10 Proteges: Developing R-Mentoring Relationships. Chapter 11 Processes: Embedding R-Mentoring in Organizations. Chapter 12 Interview: Joel and Rachel Mentor Earl and Janet. Epilogue I Was So Much Older Then; I?m Younger Than That Now. Notes. Acknowledgments. About the Author. Index.
Earl Creps has been a pastor, ministries consultant, and university professor. Along the way, Creps earned a Ph.D. in communication at Northwestern University and a doctor of ministry degree in leadershipat AGTS. He is the author of Off-Road Disciplines from Jossey-Bass. ABOUT LEADERSHIP NETWORK The mission of Leadership Network identifies and connects innovative church leaders, providing them with resources in the form of new ideas, people, and tools. Contact leadership Network at www.leadnet.org.
"Full of timely examples that can help keep ministry fresh and relevant." ? The Living Church (January 2009) "I enjoyed reading Earl Creps? Off Road Disciplines, but I was enthralled by Reverse Mentoring?.Through these extremely personal and detailed stories Creps gives the reader a window into the emerging world with all of its new language, technology, music, and quirkiness." ?Easum-Bandy