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Conclusion

  • Stuart W. Boyer
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Part of the Christian Faith Perspectives in Leadership and Business book series (CFPLB)

Abstract

The complete text throughout Exodus 18 was mined and examined through sociorhetorical analysis, toward understanding leadership principles as revealed through the text. The study produced 22 themes, which remain noteworthy toward leadership. The 22 themes were then classified into five leadership principles. The five principles include (a) small groups and leader personal development, (b) the development and proliferation of trust in small groups, (c) connection with God and the small group leader, (d) small group leaders and the betterment of the family, and (e) conflict reduction and peace multiplication.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Stuart W. Boyer
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  1. 1.Horizon UniversityIndianapolis, InUSA

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