5 edition of Leading change in the congregation found in the catalog.
|Statement||Gilbert R. Rendle.|
|LC Classifications||BV652.1 .R45 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||184 p. :|
|Number of Pages||184|
|LC Control Number||97073984|
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This book could be by a study group in the church wanting to develop its skills and understanding about change in any environment, or it could be used as the manual a committee uses to introduce change in a congregation related to worship, program, outreach, or generating understanding of current social issues/5(26).
This is a great book about leading change that takes a systemic approach and draws on research from Edwin Friedman and Peter Steinke, among others. My only caveat in recommending it is how to get this information to congregational leaders, as it is written more from the perspective of clergy and professional staff, but lay leaders need also to /5.
Leading Congregational Change is a practical guide for congregational leaders that includes spiritual wisdom and its application from the best thinkers of our day." ―Bob Buford, founding chairman, Leadership Network "This book spotlights the universal principles for navigating the rapids of change between chaplaincy and mission/5(28).
This is not a book about where your congregation is going. It is a book about how leaders can help your congregation get there. That is not at all a subtle distinction. Leaders of congregations today need to develop the calmness of spirit and the skills and tools that File Size: KB.
Leading Congregational Change is, according to the authors, a summary of practices leading to large degrees of growth and congregational shift in several churches of the large Union Baptist Association located in and around Houston.
The authors served in various capacities in the UBA/5. In Leading Congregational Change, Jim Herrington, Mike Bonem, and James H. Furr provide pastors, staffs and lay-leaders with solid biblical basics and useful practical instructions regarding the process which can result in fruitful congregational change.
In fact, the reader will quickly learn that the components for change outlined in this book.