This hands-on ministry resource road map-the practical companion guide to The Equipping Church - helps churches develop leaders and systems for gift-based team ministry by everyone in their church. Section one discusses building an equipping ministry and culture. Section two addresses building an equipping ministry system.
Format: Paperback Number of Pages: 256 Vendor: Zondervan Publication Date: 2001 Dimensions: 11 X 8.50 (inches)
ISBN: 0310239575 ISBN-13: 9780310239574 UPC: 025986239572 Availability: In Stock
A hands-on ministry resource manual to help churches know how to develop leaders and systems for lay mobilization. A companion to The Equipping Church, this open-ended approach is applicable to a wide variety of churches.
Author of The Equipping Church and co-author of The Equipping Church Guidebook, Sue is celebrating her 19th year in full time ministry. Sue served as the founding Executive Director of Leadership Training Network (LTN) for eight years and more recently as the Directional Leader and Executive Director for Leadership Connection. Sue is currently serving as Executive Consultant for Church Volunteer Central, a division of Group Publishing. Sue continues to consultant and train nationally on the vision and mission of an equipping church. Additionally, Sue has served as adjunct faculty at Golden Gate Baptist Theological Seminary, Guest Lecturer at Princeton Theological Seminary and is currently serving as adjunct faculty at Fuller Theological Seminary. In 1985, Sue developed the office of Lay Ministry at her local church, Brentwood Presbyterian Church, where she served in a volunteer capacity as its full-time director for eight years, part-time Director of Leadership Development for two y?
Brad Smith (ThM, Dallas Theological Seminary) is president of Leadership Network. As a former U.S. Senate aide, consultant to churches and business, and founding pastor and church planter, Brad has developed people-equipping processes in a variety of settings.