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How To Change Your Church (Without Killing It)

July 3, 2017 - Comment

How To Change Your Church (Without Killing It)Rate this post If you sense that your church’s best days are ahead, use this book’s guidelines for deciding where and what kind of change to implement. Then tackle Mellado, Appel, and Nelson’s strategy for wise planning and team building so your goals will find rich fulfillment. The

How To Change Your Church (Without Killing It)
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If you sense that your church’s best days are ahead, use this book’s guidelines for deciding where and what kind of change to implement. Then tackle Mellado, Appel, and Nelson’s strategy for wise planning and team building so your goals will find rich fulfillment.

The authors authoritatively cover the elements of initiating change in a church body, addressing such topics as:

Examining what motivates you Getting below the skin of improvement Honoring past traditions while developing new ones Understanding the emotional side of change Identifying opinion leaders in your church Determining where you want to go as a body Creating a transition plan Sailing the “leader ship” Making conflict work for you Enjoying the benefits of improved ministry

Though many American churches are fading in number and effectiveness, yours can stay on course. Take advantage of others’ experience: How to Change Your Church (Without Killing It) contains many success and crash-and-burn stories, as well as pointed lessons about how to guide your church through innovation with the least pain possible.

Embark on the journey through church change with these able guides and make your local church body irresistible to believers and seekers alike.

Comments

Scott Uselman says:

Very good book. It is helpful for any pastor trying … Very good book. It is helpful for any pastor trying to change the culture of the local church to reach those who are unchurched. It is well thought out in regard to dealing with many of the obstacles that each pastor faces as change occurs. It also seems to help those pastors who want to change their church without running people off. The vision section is also very helpful, and this section seems to be one of the most important in the book. It seems that everything starts there. This…

Paul S. Brzozowski says:

From a CI specialist about to do his first church After 28 years in the game of continuous improvement, I was about retired. (Hooray!) Then an opportunity came along for me to do a continuous improvement session with my new church, a dated, slightly dying church with a new pastor. How could I say no? 

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