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Scott Rodin
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Scott Rodin

About the Author

Scott Rodin has been serving not-for-profit organizations for the past twenty-nine years. He has served as counsel and led training in fund-raising, leadership and board development, and strategic planning for hundreds of organizations in the US, Canada, Middle East, Great Britain, China, and Australia.

Dr. Rodin is president of Rodin Consulting, Inc. specializing in helping Christian non-profits take a biblical approach to strategic planning, board development and capital campaign fund-raising.

Dr. Rodin is past president of the Christian Stewardship Association and Eastern Baptist Theological Seminary in Philadelphia. He is a Senior Fellow of the Association of Biblical Higher Education and serves on the boards of ChinaSource and the Evangelical Environmental Network.

Dr. Rodin holds Master of Theology and Doctor of Philosophy degrees in Systematic Theology from the University of Aberdeen, Scotland. His books include,

The Choice (ECFA Press, 2014)
The Million-Dollar Dime (Kingdom Life Publishing, 2012)
The Third Conversion (Kingdom Life Publishing, 2011)
The Steward Leader (InterVarsity Press, 2010)
The Sower (ECFA, 2009)
The Four Gifts of the King (Kingdom Life Publishing, 2008)
The Seven Deadly Sins of Christian Fundraising (KLP, 2007)
Abundant Life (Steward Publishing, 2004)
Stewards in the Kingdom, (InterVarsity Press, 2000)

Dr. Rodin is married to Linda and they reside in Spokane, Washington.

Contact Dr. Rodin at: [email protected]; follow his blog at: www.thestewardsjourney.com
To order books or request for Dr. Rodin to speak go to: www.kingdomlifepublishing.com

Three Battles Every Leader Must Win

Ever feel like your life is a constant battle? Want three keys to turning those battles into minor skirmishes? These battles are where the enemy seeks to render us ineffective in our work for our Lord. Scott reminds us that God is the owner of all aspects of a true leader’s life and calling. Releasing the ownership of these aspects to God’s capable hands gives the leader a great freedom from slavery to the responsibilities. This way of leadership is a journey of disciplined practice that leads to selflessness and being more Christ-like.

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Leadership from the Inside Out

Authors of leadership books should study clay in a potter’s hands. What I see as the shortcoming of so many leadership books is that they start with what effective leaders do and then assume that if everyone does the same things they, too, will be successful. What they miss is that leaders are effective primarily because of who they are, and as they are changed from the inside out, leaders will become usable by God to bring true transformation to His people.

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Leading Abundantly

Fall follows Summer, which follows Spring and time marches on just as God designed. He limited time for us in set hours in a day, and set days in a week. We think there are not enough hours in a day, but God knew before He created time how mankind would use it. Scott discusses some poignant points about time management, and notes that pride may be the greatest weakness regarding the use of our time.

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The Weapon of Fellowship

Two-by-two provides protection. It provides another set of eyes to watch and ears to listen, to be on the alert for the enemy. It allows also for one to rest while the other is on watch. This keeps both in the battle. Two-by-two provides a system of accountability. By laboring together one can help the other stay on the narrow road.

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The Weapon of Generosity

The life we are offered as a disciple of Jesus Christ is the life of the steward. As stewards, we are set free by three transformational truths: God owns everything, God will always provide for all our needs, and the greatest blessings come to those who give.

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One Life-Changing Resolution for 2017

I want to be different in the days ahead. I want to break free from some encrusted attitudes. I want to set old fears aside and know victory over behaviors that have become unhealthy habits. I want to see God “create in me a clean heart and renew a right spirit within me.” And mostly, I want to experience the Holy Spirit’s work of “restoring in me the joy of my salvation.”

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The Steward Leader as Pattern Maker

Steward leaders must understand the significant impact they have on their organizational culture. To help us think about that impact, consider the concept of fractals. Fractals are complex structures that originate in simplicity. One example is a fern, which appears to be a complex structure of countless shapes and patterns that are woven together to form its intricate and beautiful leaves. Yet the entire structure can be simplified to a basic four-line pattern that is simply repeated in various directions and sizes.

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