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Number of Pages: 144
Vendor: Abingdon Press
|Publication Date: 2018|
Leaders who are interested in planting or revitalizing congregations often feel discouraged and defeated after leadership conferences, or after reading about the heroes of church planting and church growth. "They are amazing," they say. "I cant be that amazing."
But Jesus load is easy and his burden is light. When we examine the practices and characteristics of those heroes, we see striking trends and commonalities. Aspiring church leaders can learn the practices and develop the characteristics that will lead to successful churches. Instead of feeling defeated, new leaders should have a hope-filled sense of what new thing they can do.
Authors Matt Miofsky and Jason Byasse carefully researched, interviewed, and profiled successful church-growers across the U.S., and identified 8 characteristics these leaders and their congregations have in common. These pastors are still learning, still figuring out how to do this work and how to faithfully live into Gods call. But for now, how are they doing what they do? What mistakes have they made & learned from? Where have they paid the stupid tax that others should avoid? Each of these heroes is painfully ordinary and up front about their flaws. And each can see slightly farther than the rest of us. What do they see that we can learn from?
Discover the 8 characteristics, and learn how to adapt them for your own congregation and calling: