Assessing and Leveraging the Essential Leadership Competency Strengths of the Leadership and Management Council of the Metropolitan Christian Worship Center of St. Louis, Missouri
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ASSESSING AND LEVERAGING THE ESSENTIAL LEADERSHIP COMPETENCY STRENGTHS OF THE LEADERSHIP AND MANAGEMENT COUNCIL OF THE METROPOLITAN CHRISTIAN WORSHIP CENTER OF ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI Raphael Green, D.Ed.Min. The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, 2018 Faculty Supervisor: Dr. Danny R. Bowen This project sought to help the Metropolitan Christian Worship Church in St. Louis, Missouri, expeditiously accomplish pivotal mission and vision goals by assessing, improving, and leveraging the essential leadership competencies of the members of the Leadership and Management Council. Chapter 1 presents the history and ministry context of MCWC and the goals of this project. Chapter 2 provides a biblically accurate and theologically sound exegesis of four focal point passages of Scripture, along with affirming correlative passages to show that every member of the MCWC Leadership and Management Council has more than sufficient biblical justification for assessing, improving, and leveraging their personal and collective leadership strengths to fulfill their assigned vision and mission in the St. Louis urban and metropolitan context. Chapter 3 presents an abundance of biblical and non-biblical historical events, evidence-based theoretic models, and proven best practices. Chapter 4 describes the project, recounting the content and teaching methodology of the specific course curriculum. Chapter 5 evaluates the efficacy of the project based on completion of the specified goals. This project sought to assess, improve, and leverage the competency strengths of all the members of the MCWC Leadership and Management Council with the hope of greatly assisting in the fulfillment of its current and future vision and missions as a church to the glory of Lord Jesus Christ in the urban St. Louis region.