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Leadership Development Philosophy

Leadership Development Philosophy

Intentional - Be intentional - determined, focused on developing yourself and others

Strategic - Be strategic - have in place a plan or approach to develop to which you are committed

Surrendered - Be surrendered - have a yielded life, teachable or malleable before God and others

Knowledge - Be knowledgeable - know what you doing, know how you are going to do what you will do, know yourself, know your Bible, know other people

Bible-based - Be guided by the Bible - know and be ever-learning and applying the timeless, biblical truths and principles

Relationships - Be in relationship - have on-going relationships with mentors, peers, and subordinates

Vision - Have God’s vision - see where God is leading you; what God is leading you to be and to do

Phil has always been consistent in his character, demeanor, integrity and mission emphases. Recently, in traveling to and ministering in India, I was impressed with Phil's Christ likeness, passion, humility, and thoroughness with which he performed every task.

I listened to Phil teach both solid biblical truths and practical applications for ministry. I have observed how others were positively impacted with Phil's teaching and his caring ministry.

Allan Karr, Ph.D.
Professor, Golden Gate Baptist Theological Seminary
Mill Valley, California

From an IMD Donor:

For five years our congregation has partnered with the godly, competent leadership of IMD International to channel resources in a manner which assists the mission of IMD to teach and train pastors in parts of the world where many of us may never venture. IMD International is a Christ-centered ministry yielding much fruit in training indigenous pastors to preach the Gospel and build the Lord's Kingdom.

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"Highly recommend the message of this book!" Phil Largent
 
"I readily admit that it verges on the impossible to describe in any degree of adequacy the conscious, manifest presence of God... The best I possibly can hope is to put forth my personal experience backed up by Scriptural exhortation. My part is only to whet the appetite and then trust the Holy Spirit to take it from there." (p.25)