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|Format: Word Document|
Vendor: Christianity Today
|Publication Date: 2007|
How do you know if your church is ready for change, or if it needs to? This collection of assessments helps you and your leaders make these decisions. Use these tools to figure out of your church need change, if you're ready for it, how to present it, and how to make it happen. You can also think through and identify any risk factors you may face in the change process.
This Training Pack contains all of the following:
Title: Nine Changes in Church Staffs
Deck: Todaya s church staffs must adapt to shifting church expectations and cultural dynamics.
Author: Lyle Schaller
Title: Adapting to Your Churcha s Community
Deck: Assess the surrounding culture to see how your church might change.
Author: Raymond Bakke
Title: Is Our Team Ready for Change?
Deck: A step-by-step checklist that helps bring change, rather than misunderstanding.
Author: Donald Seibert
Title: Presenting New Ideas
Deck: Do we introduce and implement change well?
Author: Craig Brian Larson
Title: High-Stakes Gamble
Deck: Leaders need to take stock of the trust theya ve built before making changes.
Author: Leith Anderson
Title: Before You Risk a Change
Deck: In ministry, risks must be taken, but be sure to ask these five questions first.
Author: Larry Osborne
Title: Breathing Life into the Traditional Church
Deck: Ten ways a church can integrate creativity without toppling tradition.
Author: James Rose
Title: The Insidera s Guide to Making Changes
Deck: A churcha s leadership must understand the magnitude of any change.
Author: Harold Glen Brown