Summary

With characteristic humor and insight, author and pastor John Ortberg invites us to follow the biblical story of Esther and her example to courageously choose to embrace the mission God gives. Like Esther, we can lead without feareven in threatening circumstancesbecause we know God is always at work in unseen, unknown, and unlikely ways.
©2008 John Ortberg (P)2008 Willow Creek Association
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5 out of 5 stars
By Amazon Customer on 26-01-17

Brilliant

Excellent message. I highly recommend it. It cuts to the heart of modern Christian living and challenges the reader/listener to examine their life and purpose.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Tim on 15-01-10

Focus on leadership

I believe that this book should be read by all that are in leadership. It helps you focus on what your mission should be. It helps you get off self and onto what is important. (The Big Picture )

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