Grab A Towel Resources AND Interaction Guide


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The Grab a Towel Interaction Guide

The Grab a Towel interaction guide is being written to enable readers to engage more deeply with the material. Click on the links below to download each chapter of the guide as we publish them .

 

Become a Deep Well 

Click on the links below to download additional resources that correspond to the Deep Well section of the Interaction Guide (email grabatowel@message.org.za for more information on the interaction guide).

Intro Session -
Servant Leadership: Its Origin, Development and Application in Organisations (by San Sendjaya and James Sarros)

Session 1: Character
An Approved Workman: The challenge for leaders (by Tim Tucker)
Lead with Humility and the Opposite Spirit (by Carl Beech)

Session 2: Prophetic Vision
Martin Luther King Jnr: Prophetic Vision Case Study
Andy Hawthorne: Prophetic Vision Case Study

Session 3: Faithful Stewardship
Albert Mohler: Leadership as Stewardship part 1
Albert Mohler: Leadership as Stewardship part 2

Session 4: Deep-Wells
Charles Spurgeon: Deep Calls to Deep
Dietrich Bonhoeffer: Become Deep Wells Case Study

Session 5: Put People First
Blog post: There is no them... only us

Session 6: Give Power Away
Entrust to Reliable Men: The succession of leaders (by Tim Tucker)
Ajith Fernando quotes on leadership development

Session 7: Lead with Compassion
Sam Ward: Love the Urban Poor
Quotes from helpful books on leading with compassion

Session 8: Steel in your spine
The Death Crawl: clip from Facing the Giants
The Grab a Towel Commitment


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Sample chapter: GROUND ZERO 

In 2013, I had the kind of opportunity that doesn’t happen often in life – the opportunity of a blank page. At the time I didn’t quite see it that way, though. In fact, truth be told, I was still grieving for a vision that I thought had died... Read Full Chapter


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SAMPLE CHAPTER: Focus on character 

The Superhero movie is a film genre that still reliably draws crowds to the cinema. The depiction of a person with superhuman powers, willing to battle for justice against forces of evil, has been a winning formula on screen for over a century. But in recent times I’ve noticed that there has been a significant cant shift in the way super- heroes are portrayed... Read Full Chapter