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Richard J. Gehman

Learning to Lead

The Making of a Christian Leader in Africa

Learning to Lead was written from the living experience of African leaders, and it has been shaped by 36 years of training church leaders in Kenya.

with its discussion questions and practical applications, this book will guide you to obtaining that character and those skills and help you become an effective Christian leader.


This book was written from the living experience of African leaders, and it has been shaped by 36 years of training church leaders in Kenya. Effective Christian leadership depends on godly character and on finely tuned skills. Th is book, with its discussion questions and practical applications, will guide you to obtaining that character and those skills and help you become an effective Christian leader.

Dr. Richard J. Gehman earned a B.A. in Anthropology from Wheaton College; an M.A. in New Testament from Wheaton Graduate School; an M.Div. from Gordon Divinity School; and in 1985 a Doctor of Missiology from Fuller Theological Seminary. He taught at Scott Theological College, Kenya and was principal for eight years, 1975-1983. He was the Coordinator of the Theological Advisory Group, a research and renewal group of the Africa Inland Church. Dr. Gehman is married to Florence A. Hilbert. In 2002 they retired in the United States.

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