ABOUT THE BOOK

You probably have a short list of people who impacted you during your childhood and teenage years. When those individuals intersected with your world, they became a new kind of leader for you. They were not new in the sense that they had never led anything before or they were radically different from other leaders.

They were new because …
their influence gave you a new direction.
their belief in you gave you a new sense of worth.
they showed up at a new phase of your life,
and their faith helped you solidify your faith in a new and authentic way.

If someone showed up for you, then the question is, “How will you show up for someone else?”

A New Kind of Leader, by Reggie Joiner, explores seven beliefs and practical applications that will cause you to reimagine how you influence the next generation.

Because when you hold the door open for a kid, you hold the door open for the future.

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WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING

“This is a guide for every volunteer who wants to love and lead kids toward a better future. These seven beliefs will redefine how your church shapes the faith of kids and teenagers.”

Santiago “Jimmy” Mellado, president and CEO of Compassion International

“Perfect perspective for where we are headed as a church plant. I want to give a copy of this to all of our leaders! It’s a quick read, but well worth the price, very palatable but challenging and full of great thoughts. I read it in an hour and will definitely be reading it again …”

happyfranks, Amazon customer

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Lauren Terrell

REGGIE JOINER

Reggie Joiner is the founder and CEO of Orange, an organization designed to redefine ministry approaches for churches and family environments. For nearly 40 years, he’s mentored teachers and leaders who influence the next generation. Reggie and his wife, Debbie, have raised four kids into adulthood.

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