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Canoeing The Mountains

Author : Tod Bolsinger
ISBN : 9780830873876
Genre : Religion
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Do you ever feel that you are leading in uncharted territory? Pastor and consultant Tod Bolsinger draws on decades of expertise guiding churches and organizations in this expanded practical leadership resource, offering illuminating insights and practical tools to help you reimagine what effective church leadership looks like in our rapidly changing world.
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Canoeing The Mountains

Author : Tod Bolsinger
ISBN : 9780830841264
Genre : Religion
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Pastor and consultant Tod Bolsinger draws on decades of expertise guiding churches and organizations in this new practical leadership resource, offering illuminating insights and practical tools to help you reimagine what effective church leadership looks like in our rapidly changing world.
Category: Religion

Leadership For A Time Of Pandemic

Author : Tod Bolsinger
ISBN : 9780830821075
Genre : Religion
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In just a few weeks, the COVID-19 pandemic changed everything. What does ministry require now? Drawing from Tod Bolsinger's books Canoeing the Mountains and Tempered Resilience, this brief, timely book is an ideal resource for applying some of his key leadership insights to the current global crisis.
Category: Religion

2020s Foresight

Author : Tom Sine
ISBN : 9781506464879
Genre : Religion
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In 2020s Foresight, authors Tom Sine and Dwight Friesen seek to "wake up" Christian leaders and those whom they serve to the realities that leaders in other fields must deal with all the time. We are no longer simply living in changing times. We live in the reality that we are racing into a new world of accelerating change. The authors want to enable leaders in churches and Christian organizations to learn how to lead in this time of acceleration. They focus on three vital practices: foresight (analyzing the accelerating changes and anticipating new opportunities and strategies for addressing change); reflection (discerning biblical purposes for times like these); and creating innovative ways to engage new challenges so as to advance God's purposes in our lives, congregations, and organizations in the 2020s. The book is intended to equip Christian leaders to anticipate some of the new challenges in the 2020s; discover God's shalom purposes for our lives, the church, and God's world; and create innovative new possibilities for our lives, communities, and congregations that both engage new opportunities and advance God's purposes.
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Post Christendom Studies Volume 3

Author : Steven M. Studebaker
ISBN : 9781532699399
Genre : Religion
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Post-Christendom Studies publishes research on the nature of Christian identity and mission in the contexts of post-Christendom. Post-Christendom refers to places, both now and in the past, where Christianity was once a significant cultural presence, though not necessarily the dominant religion. Sometimes “Christendom” refers to the official link between church and state. The term “post-Christendom” is often associated with the rise of secularization, religious pluralism, and multiculturalism in western countries over the past sixty years. Our use of the term is broader than that however. Egypt for example can be considered a post-Christendom context. It was once a leading center of Christianity. “Christendom” moreover does not necessarily mean official public and dominant religion. For example, under Saddam Hussein, Christianity was probably a minority religion, but, for the most part, Christians were left alone. After America deposed Saddam, Christians began to flee because they became a persecuted minority. In that sense, post-Saddam Iraq is an experience of post-Christendom—it is a shift from a cultural context in which Christians have more or less freedom to exercise their faith to one where they are persecuted and/or marginalized for doing so.
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Ecclesial Leadership As Friendship

Author : Chloe Lynch
ISBN : 9780429671456
Genre : Religion
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When it comes to talking about the activity of directing the church, the language of leadership and leaders is increasingly popular. Yet what is leadership – and how might theological narratives better resource the discourse and practice of leadership in ecclesial contexts? In identifying and critiquing managerialism as a dominant narrative of leadership in the Western church, this book calls for an alternative approach founded on the concept of friendship. Engaging with the wider field of leadership studies, the book establishes an understanding of leadership activity and brings it into conversation with an incarnational ecclesiology. The result is a prophetic reimagining of ecclesial leadership in terms of a relational, kenotic praxis. This praxis of mutuality and love is framed here in the rich language of Christian friendship. The book also wrestles deeply with the embodiment of such a praxis, making explicit the power behaviours typical of friendship-leadership and offering constructive guidance for practitioners in the task of implementation within a complex and fractured world. This book offers a new vision of the centrality of friendship to leadership of a healthy church community. As such, it will be of great use to scholars of practical theology, ecclesiology and leadership, as well as practitioners in church ministry.
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Good Governance Is Worth The Effort A Handbook For Christian Charities And Churches In Aotearoa

Author : Martyn Norrie
ISBN : 9780473478551
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Charities operate in an increasingly complex environment. Their charitable status does not excuse them from governing their organisation in a manner that complies with the myriad of laws and regulations that apply to their day-to-day operation. This book is written to help leaders and board members of Christian charities as they seek to outwork their calling in New Zealand. It aims to help you to encourage the team that God has placed you in, and to outwork His purposes in and through your organisation.
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