A Biblical Foundation of Christian Leadership as Cross-Cultural An Explication Through Pauline Leadership in Acts

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Kevin Scott Hall

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Utilizing the book of Acts, Paul’s methods of cross-cultural leadership will be explicated. It will be established that Paul was a cross-cultural leader by understanding his identity and the contexts in which he led. Then, Paul’s methods of cross-cultural leadership will be extrapolated from Acts, finding that he is intent on context-adapting, connection-making, foundation-grounding, relationship-building, and ministry-sharing. Paul’s methods and principles from Acts are a guide for leaders who desire to be cross-culturally effective, especially for Christian leaders who share Paul’s same vision of glorifying God through making and teaching disciples.

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Hall, K. (2019). A Biblical Foundation of Christian Leadership as Cross-Cultural. Theology of Leadership Journal, 2(1), 7-20. Retrieved from http://theologyofleadership.com/index.php/tlj/article/view/34
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Kevin Scott Hall, Evangelical; PhD student

Kevin is a life-long learner of leadership with the desire to encourage and develop cross-cultural leaders. He completed his B.A. in Comprehensive Bible at Cedarville University and holds an Advanced M.Div. from The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary where he also served as Assistant to the Dean of the Billy Graham School of Missions, Evangelism, and Ministry. He is currently pursuing the Ph.D. in Christian Leadership from Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. Kevin previously served as a full-time missionary in Mexico. He is married to Bethany, and they have three kids.