How to Build a Winning Team
By Mark Virkler
Video Course with Digitial Workbook and Exams
Can I succeed like others have? What do I need to do? How do I go about it? What if I don’t have the gifts necessary to do something great? The wonderful truth revealed in Scripture is that God uses ordinary people to accomplish extraordinary feats, especially when they say, “Yes, Lord” to the destiny He has prepared for them!
Best Selling Author
Dr. Mark Virkler is a minister, professor, and author. He is president of Christian Leadership University. He is a prolific author, having co-authored over 60 books, such as 4 Keys to Hearing God’s Voice, How to Hear God’s Voice, Dialog with God, and Prayers That Heal the Heart. He has traveled worldwide since 1984 teaching Christian spirituality through his Communion With God seminar. Mark has founded and pastored a church, as well as worked in a variety of other pastoral roles from 1968 to the present. Mark is also President of Communion With God Ministries. He holds a Bachelor of Religion and Philosophy with a minor in Psychology. He holds a Master of Theology from Miami Christian University. He holds a Doctor of Divinity from Carolina Christian University.
A practical approach to creating teams of counselors to surround you in every area of your life, and the wisdom of including counselors who together manifest the five heart motivations which underlie the Ephesians 4:11 team (apostle, prophet, evangelist, pastor and teacher).
This is not only brilliant, but it is extremely useful…. In my opinion, this should have a wide circulation. “A Comparative Analysis of the Foundational Offices of Ephesians 4:11?” This could end up being a standard tool for the whole apostolic movement in years to come.
– Dr. C. Peter Wagner
A fresh new form of church government which is actually 2,000 years old. This teaching explains in great detail, the roles and functions of each member of the five-fold ministry team and how to plan, implement and monitor the effective operation of these ministries in the church. This should be required reading for all students of theology, ministry, and missions.