Important-sounding titles abound in today's church, but a title means nothing until someone of authority speaks to its responsibilities, authority, and accountability. Valerie Brown discusses the usage of various titles by church leaders across denominational lines, and clarifies how leadership functions must qualify and validate leadership titles. What's in a Title? attempts to refocus the church away from the issues that distract it from concentrating on the real reasons leadership, regardless of the model used, exist in the first place -- to further the kingdom of God, and not man. Church leaders will benefit from the book's explanation of ways to maintain strong ethics, and its discussions on the roles leaders need to establish to do God's work. Church members will benefit from the clarity of what is going on in church leadership today.