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    Leading Growth

    LEADING GROWTH

    “What can I do to lead church growth?” This seems to be the question of the day for many church leaders. But is this the questions we should be asking? Or is there a better question, perhaps one more aligned with the calling fo the fivefold ministry.

     

    The early church did not focus on church growth. Instead, the church was centered on discipling people helping people grow. Consequently, the Lord added daily to the church such as should be saved. And, the church grew exponentially

    Learn how to lead growth in Leading Growth

     


     

    Realign
    REALIGN

    The North American church is consumed with statistical growth and external evidence of success. While there is nothing inherently wrong with using such barometers and standards of measurement in evaluating our efforts, it must not become the standard by which we determine success. Numerical growth is not God’s measuring stick for success; it never has been, nor will it ever be.

     

    Realign refines ministerial success as helping others become what God wants them to be rather than the size of the crowd. It calls for church leaders to realign with purpose, equipping others for their work of ministry. And shares insights as to how this might be accomplished.

     


     

    Seventy
    SEVENTY

    Many leaders like the concept of having a team. Unfortunately, some leaders function more as owners rather than team members. Seventy helps leaders fulfill their role in building, developing and working with teams. It offers insights into the challenges in working as a team and addresses in practical terms how to overcome these challenges.

    Although written for church leaders, the principles shared are applicable to business, home, or any other area of leadership. If you want to work with a high-effective team, this book is for you. Everyone needs a team.

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    Realign
    REALIGN

    The North American church is consumed with statistical growth and external evidence of success. While there is nothing inherently wrong with using such barometers and standards of measurement in evaluating our efforts, it must not become the standard by which we determine success. Numerical growth is not God’s measuring stick for success; it never has been, nor will it ever be.

     

    Realign refines ministerial success as helping others become what God wants them to be rather than the size of the crowd. It calls for church leaders to realign with purpose, equipping others for their work of ministry. And shares insights as to how this might be accomplished.

  • Articles

    The Crisis Leader

    A crisis leader does not allow the situation to control them – they rise above it. We become validated as effective crisis leaders, based only on the trial itself. When the dust settles, how did I as a leader perform under pressure?

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