Good To Grow: Building A Missional Church In The 21st Century-one Church's Story - eBook  -     By: Steve Tibbert, Val Taylor
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Good To Grow: Building A Missional Church In The 21st Century-one Church's Story - eBook

Authentic Media / 2011 / ePub

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Format: DRM Protected ePub
Vendor: Authentic Media
Publication Date: 2011
ISBN: 9781850789895
ISBN-13: 9781850789895

Publisher's Description

Leading a church brings lots of challenges and when the church is growing, the challenges grow too. Leadership strategies and decisions can make or break a healthy ministry! This book offers an insightful account of how one south London church grew to over 1,000 in 15 years, and the lessons learned along the way.

Author Bio

Steve Tibbert is Senior Pastor at King's Church, Catford. He is also on the Newfrontiers UK Team and helps to oversee Newfrontiers churches in London and Surrey. He is married to Deb and they have three boys. Val Taylor is a staff team member at King s Church London and when asked by Steve Tibbert to collaborate with him in the writing of Good to Grow she became a surprised co-author! She is also a long-term member of a Poets Workshop under the auspices of Oxford University. Val is married to Mick and they have been in ministry in the UK since 1978.

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