Navigating the Marketplace with Grace and Accountability
Grace is a much misunderstood and therefore abused word today, and perhaps as much is the word accountability. How do you rightly understand these words and bring them together in the marketplace. Bruce McNicol and John Lynch have been working on these issues for many years through an organization know known as TrueFaced. Together with Bill Thrall they have authored Ascent of a Leader, Bo’s Cafe, Behind the Mask, The High Trust Culture and John has just release On My Worst Day. This course will help you sort through the thorny issues as Dr. Gerry Breshears contributes to the discussion from his extensive background in theology and pastoral care.
Bruce McNicol, co-founder of TrueFaced, has degrees in finance law, theology, leadership, and organizational development, Bruce’s ability to write to diverse readers and leaders has proved true in the best-sellers he has co-authored: The Ascent of a Leader, The Cure, Bo’s Cafe, and the High Trust Cultures guide for leaders.
John Lynch served for 27 years as teaching pastor at Open Door Fellowship in Phoenix, Arizona, a position that he held since 1985. He recently stepped out of that role to begin working full time at Truefaced. The authenticity, longevity, and playfulness of these two flawed communities, Open Door and the Truefaced group, brings real-world reality and potency to this Truefaced message.
Gerry Breshears is Professor of Theology and chair of the Center for Biblical and Theological Studies at Western Seminary in Portland, Oregon. Dr. Breshears is an M.Div. graduate of Denver Seminary, and earned the Ph.D. from Fuller Theological Seminary.
GRACE AND ACCOUNTABILITY IN THE MARKETPLACE: PART 1
GRACE AND ACCOUNTABILITY IN THE MARKETPLACE: PART 2
GRACE AND ACCOUNTABILITY IN THE MARKETPLACE: PART 3
Professor of Systematic Theology and Chair for Biblical and Theological Studies at Western Seminary in Portland, Oregon.