Anxious Church, Anxious People: How to Lead Change in an Age of Anxiety
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Anxious Church, Anxious People: How to Lead Change in an Age of Anxiety  -     By: Jack Shitama

Anxious Church, Anxious People: How to Lead Change in an Age of Anxiety

Charis Works Inc / 2018 / Paperback

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Title: Anxious Church, Anxious People: How to Lead Change in an Age of Anxiety
By: Jack Shitama
Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 150
Vendor: Charis Works Inc
Publication Date: 2018
Dimensions: 8.00 X 5.00 X 0.32 (inches)
Weight: 5 ounces
ISBN: 1732009317
ISBN-13: 9781732009318
Stock No: WW2009318

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The key to effective church leadership is the ability to be a non-anxious presence.

This is not a technique. It is a way of being. It is deceptively simple, but tremendously difficult. Yet, if you are willing to take the journey, you can lead change in even the most challenging contexts.

Read this book and you will understand:

  • The process that keeps churches anxious and stuck.
  • How leadership through self-differentiation gets churches unstuck.
  • How to develop as a non-anxious presence so you can lead change anywhere, but especially in an anxious church.

Anxious Church, Anxious People is based on a family systems approach to congregational leadership. If you are willing to learn more about yourself and your family of origin, you can learn to be a non-anxious presence. If you have tried everything else and realize that you cannot change others, but can only change yourself, this book can help you. It makes family systems concepts accessible and practical through the use of examples from personal experience.

The author has used this approach to leadership in his 26 years of ministry as a pastor, board chair and ministry executive. It has enabled him to lead significant change in the local church, a regional ministry and a denominational professional association. He has been teaching, mentoring and coaching congregational leaders for the last 15 years to help them to do the same.

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