From the Loving on Purpose Leadership series
A revival environment creates increasing levels of joy, freedom, and peace. These qualities will only remain to the degree that we can protect our relationships with one another. The practice of honor is often a lost art in our modern culture. The Lord is restoring the value and practice of honor in His house. Our churches and homes will only be as strong as they are free. Restoring a culture of honor to our communities and nation will come as the Church embraces this call.
©2013 Danny Silk (P)2013 Destiny Image
The book itself is great, but this recording is actually a teaching relating to the book. I bought the book for my Kindle and got this audible book to continue my "reading" while I was busy. I was very disappointed to find out it was not the book at all!
Danny Silk is a good speaker. I would have loved to hear him narrate his book.
The book is good. The Audible book is not really the book at all.
If you are hoping to get a narration of the book Culture of Honor, don't buy this. It is a teaching about the book, not the unabridged book as it says.
I enjoyed the sermon, enough to go to Kindle to buy the book. (This is what I thought I was buying at AUDIBLE) The teaching is very thought provoking... but I wonder just how it can be implemented in our fellowship.......... I am viewing the giftings of my brothers & sisters with new understanding. I can see I've too often wished for a 'one size fits all' maturity.
Tryin' my best to let Jesus HELP ME serve others... and walk faithfully in my relationship to His, and my, heavenly Father...
Provides great information for servant-leadership in the body of Christ.Something like this is NOT just a read-once type book!
Looking forward to having the rest of the book on audio, in the (near) future. :-)
Danny Silk is the thinking man's evangelical – I put him in the same category as Richard Rohr, Henri Nouwen, and other intellectuals. He's an odd find in some circles since he seems to have a working (perhaps accidental?) grasp of 12 step program foundations AND Christian evangelism. I have listened to his seminars so many times, I find myself quoting him in my own home groups. He has a slight lisp, and from listening to him for years, I even now include his lisp in my quotes...
Danny Silk provides great examples of real life predicaments where principles of honor (rather than shame) were applied and good stuff ensued. This teaching seminar is particularly excellent for any leader to have in their arsenal! I listened to it multiple times the first 4 days I owned it and will keep it on my iPad to revisit in the future.
Favs: Cutting For Stone, Life of Pi, Angela's Ashes, The Hiding Place, Shantaram, Slumdog Millionaire, Gone Girl, The Poisonwood Bible, Millennium Trilogy. Writing first novel. Audible addict.
Do not blow a credit on this. It's just a sermon, not the book as is advertised (which is not very honorable IMO.)
The Culture of Honor line of thinking is great if you are the person who screwed up and desires everyone around you to focus on the good parts of you. In my experience the COH thinking blinded church leaders and made it easy for sin to colonize their own staff. Tons of innocent people were deeply wounded by the lack of discernment and aversion to confrontation. COH thinking should be used with aggressive accountability or it's a slap in the face to those victimized by someone else's sin.
it was not the audio to the book
would like this to be redone as the actual audio book
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